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Submission + - Is there still a point to Responsive CSS Frameworks?

Qbertino writes: I've been doing some inroads into css grid and css flexbox development building critical products with these new standards and have reached a point where I'd generally opt to avoid CSS Frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation and such all together.

I do Webdev for a living and while I still do get the point of CSS precompilers such as SASS I also think we have moved beyond the point where a thing such as Bootstrap is useful enough to justify the dependancy.

Am I wrong? What is your take on responsive CSS frameworks in 2018? Do you still use them or are they on the way out? What are the requirements at your shop if you're doing Webdev professionally? How do you and your team approach this in 2018?
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Is there still a point to Responsive CSS Frameworks?

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Friction is a drag.