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Creating Interfaces with Bulma

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This book is a step-by-step guide that will teach how to build a web interface from scratch
using Bulma.

The sample website that you will build is an administration interface for an online book publisher, where users can
log in to manage three content types: Books, Customers, and Orders. This interface has been chosen because it satisfies all of the requirements for
Kindle Edition, 222 pages
Published February 4th 2018 by Bleeding Edge Press
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Bogdan Baranowicz
Jan 10, 2019 rated it it was ok
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Decent introduction to the library and that's it - nothing less, nothing more. To be honest I was missing information of some general hints on designing UIs. Also, the screenshots showing the results of code snippets were too often presenting wrong pieces of UI (at least on Safari Books).
Julio Biason
Jan 20, 2020 rated it it was ok
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Everybody is looking for that most awesome, small CSS framework, that will solve all your problems. Is Bulma this framework? Well, I'm not sure.

It's not that the book doesn't show what the framework can do, it's just that the examples seem really without any checking: Sometimes fields are surrounded by one "field" div, sometimes they are surrounded by "column" (a normal grid component) and sometimes they are surrounded by two "field" divs. Why? Which one is the right way? It is a problem with
Monika Venckauskaite
Nov 21, 2019 rated it liked it
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This is a very comprehensive tutorial about using Bulma. However, there are many mistakes in the layout of the illustrative images in the book, making it harder to read. Moreover, the code that worked for my sass builds was different than in the book ("node-sass --omit-source-map-url sass/custom.scss css/custom.css"). All things considered, this is a good starting point to get to know the power of this framework so you could be sure you can explore it's full potential.
Tadas Talaikis
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How to read tech books nowadays with extremely limited time: download code, npm run, if it's pretty, look into any one page of code. Voila, you've learned it. Along to listening to another book.
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