Bootstrap is used for rapid mobile development. They have built a really easy to use framework that makes it easy to create web layouts quickly and efficiently. In minutes, you can layout the overall look of your site. However, getting started with Bootstrap can be a little overwhelming at first. Just looking at the documentation can intimidate you a little. However, once you dive into it, Bootstrap is really simple. It comes packed with a lot of nice components that everyone wants, like the jumbotron and the sliding carousel. If you’re a little intimidated, have no fear, because in the video below, I show you how to get started with Bootstrap.
Working With Bootstrap
What do you think about Bootstrap?
Were you able to download the package and get started? Did you have any trouble setting up your first html document? Remember, you can customize the look of your site via the theme.css stylesheet, leaving the original Bootstrap.css untouched. This will make it easy to update to the latest version of Bootstrap later, as they build on it and refine it. If you’ve run into any trouble with Bootstrap, leave your questions in the comments section below.