Monday, 17 November 2014

Bootstrap guide for beginners

Posted by M2Software Solutions Solutions Pvt. Ltd | 22:37 Categories: , ,
Bootstrap :
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Bootstrap is one of the most popular front-end framwork which provide free collection of tools for creating websites and web applications.

What You Should Already Know

you Must have a basic understanding of the following:

2. CSS
3. (JavaScript/jQuery)

Features of Bootstrap :

 Great Greed System :
 “Bootstrap uses a twelve-column grid system based on percentages, so it’s easy to create a fluid layout, where your design will re-arrange itself at major browser-width breakpoints,”

Built-in Classes

Caitlin explains, “Using the Bootstrap classes, you can decide how your design will flow as users view it on different devices.”

Ready-to-use Components

 More than a ready-to-go grid system and built-in-classes, the Bootstrap framework comes with components such as:

    Navigation Bars
    And much more!

Easy-to-implement JavaScript Plugins

According to Caitlin
    “On top of the built-in styles, Bootstrap comes with JavaScript plugins that take care of interactive elements for you. Want to include a carousel at the top of your page? Bootstrap’s got that. Want to pop out your login form in a modal window? Easy-peasy. Need to add an accordion to your FAQs page? Done.”

Furthermore, Caitlin mentions that, “because these components are so simple to style, you barely need to look outside the Bootstrap JS for different-looking plugins!”

Why Use Bootstrap?

Mobile-first approach : Since Bootstrap 3, the framework consists of mobile-first styles throughout the entire library

Browser support : Bootstrap is supported by all popular browsers

Responsive web design : Bootstrap's responsive CSS adjusts to Desktops, Tablets, and Mobile phones

Easy to get started : With just the knowledge of HTML and CSS anyone can get started with Bootstrap

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