Develop websites using the mobile-first approach with Packt’s new book and eBook

January 2014 | Open Source

Packt is proud to present its latest publication, Mobile First Bootstrap by Alexandre Magno. This is an easy-to-read book that will show readers how to develop a mobile-first website from scratch with the help of a practical example of a live website. The print book is 92 pages long and is priced at $34.99, while the eBook is $17.84.

About the author:
Alexandre Magno has worked as a web developer for 10 years, and is currently working as a software engineer at globo.com. As a multidisciplinary developer, he has strong experience in a wide range of server-side frameworks and CMS such as Ruby on Rails, Django, WordPress, and exploring Node.js. He has developed many libraries that are widely used at globo.com, and was one of the first developers to develop mobile websites with a responsive design in the company he worked at. He is an active contributor to Twitter Bootstrap and the creator of one of its branches, the Globo Bootstrap, which is the first translation of Bootstrap to Portuguese, and also developed some components used at globo.com. He has already contributed to the publishing of a web magazine about jQuery UI and has even delivered presentations at some technical events, such as the International Free Software Forum (FISL).

Bootstrap is a sleek, intuitive, and powerful frontend framework for faster and easier web development.

Mobile First Bootstrap offers readers an insight into Bootstrap 3 and helps them to understand and use the mobile-first approach with the help of an example project. The book starts off by highlighting the new changes that have been made to Bootstrap 3 and then dives into the new features.The book explains the new mobile grid system, the responsive utilities, and how to use mobile-first for navigation.

Mobile First Bootstrap covers the following topics:
Chapter 1: Bootstrap 3.0 is Mobile First
Chapter 2: Designing a Stylesheet in Bootstrap 3
Chapter 3: JavaScript, the Behavior in Mobile First Development
Chapter 4: Getting it All Together – a Simple Twitter App
Chapter 5: Performance Matters

Developers new to Web developers with a basic knowledge of Bootstrap as a frontend framework will find this book an invaluable resource. For more information, please visit the book's page at http://www.packtpub.com/mobile-first-bootstrap/book


Mobile First Bootstrap
Use Bootstrap as a kick-start framework to develop your websites for mobile, tablets, and desktop

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/mobile-first-bootstrap/book

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