Wireframes are useful for developers, since it's easier for them to be developing towards a designed web app. So, yes, they do use the wireframes.
A wireframe in code is very useful to show to developers how to design interactions. While other aspects can be covered by image wireframes, we might just need to show them this small bit of interaction design so that they see what we mean. Other things that developers are not good at are e.g. grids, and a framework with a grid might help them keep everything properly aligned.
Apart from that, there's another positive side effect in using frameworks for development. Sometimes, they lead to cleaner code—and thus faster web apps—than developer oriented frameworks that might be rich in features but overload a website a lot more.
The frameworks you mentioned seem to do the job, I don't think it's a StackExchange thing to suggest any individual one. Hope that helps.