What is Bootstrap?

What is Bootstrap?


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Are you fed up with writing too many lines of code in CSS and JS for a simple task?

We had a great solution for the most difficult problems in this world, then why not for this?

Here is Bootstrap for all these solutions

What is Bootstrap?

Bootstrap is the most popular CSS framework for developing responsive and mobile-first websites.

Bootstrap is an open-source toolkit for developing with HTML, CSS, and JS. Quickly prototype your ideas or build your entire app with our Sass variables and mixins, responsive grid system, extensive prebuilt components, and powerful plugins built on jQuery.

Bootstrap 5 is the currently running version of bootstrap

That is the bootstrap makes the HTML Web Pages responsive by using the bootstrap grid system.

Bootstrap makes writing HTML code simple by defining most of the common stuff done using HTML in a class. These classes are used whenever we want to call a particular pre-defined class

For Example Button

class="btn btn-warning"

These classes are used to create a beautiful button by using only 2 classes

Bootstrap even provides many official themes that help the working on your main projects.

What is Bootstrap Grid System?

The Bootstrap Grid System is made up of columns and rows. For creating responsive webpages bootstrap divides the whole webpage into 12 columns. Depending upon the requirement and the screen sizes

How to get started?

  1. Using CDN
  2. By Downloading Bootstrap
  3. By Installation using npm or gem

Is Bootstrap only the solution?

Obviously NO, As we see many similar products of the same kind we even have similar kinds of frameworks for Bootstrap as well. Here is list,

  1. Tailwind CSS
  2. Bulma
  3. Materialize
  4. Pure CSS
  5. UI Kit
  6. Material UI
  7. Spectre CSS
  8. Luxa CSS
  9. MUI
  10. Milligram
  11. Cirrus
  12. Metro 4 (Metro UI CSS)
  13. Foundation
  14. Cardinal CSS
  15. Skeleton CSS

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