Bootstrap 4 Site Blueprints

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Learn
  • Understand how Bootstrap compiles SASS code to static CSS and ES6 code into JavaScript code
  • Integrate Bootstrap into application frameworks such as Angular 2 (AngularJS), Ember, and React
  • Reuse Bootstrap’s SASS mixins and set responsive breakpoints in your designs
  • Customize Bootstrap’s SASS files and add your own in the process
  • Manage multiple rows of products in a complex responsive grid
  • Create a complete one-page scrolling website using Bootstrap’s components and plugins
About

Packed with trade secrets, this second edition is your one-stop solution to creating websites that will provide the best experience for your users. We cover six popular, real-world examples, where each project teaches you about the various functionalities of Bootstrap 4 and their implementation.

The book starts off by getting you up and running with the new features of Bootstrap 4 before gradually moving on to customizing your blog with Bootstrap and SASS, building a portfolio site, and turning it into a WordPress theme. In the process, you will learn to recompile Bootstrap files using SASS, design a user interface, and integrate JavaScript plugins. Towards the end of the book, you will also be introduced to integrating Bootstrap 4 with popular application frameworks such as Angular 2, Ruby on Rails, and React.

Features
  • Explore the inner workings of Bootstrap 4 by building different websites
  • Customize your designs by working directly with Bootstrap's SASS files
  • Leverage Bootstrap's excellent JavaScript plugins
Page Count 404
Course Length 12 hours 7 minutes
ISBN 9781785889653
Date Of Publication 27 Oct 2016

Authors

David Cochran

David Cochran serves as an associate professor of communication at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. He has been teaching interactive design since 2005. When Twitter Bootstrap was first released in August 2011, he recognized it as a tool that would speed up development while supporting best practices. Thus, he began folding Bootstrap into his university courses, much to the benefit of his students.

Ian Whitley

Ian Whitley developed a passion for writing and literature at a young age. In 2010, he developed a deep interest in web development and decided to get involved in it. He was one of the early adopters of Twitter Bootstrap when it was first released in 2011. With the help of David Cochran, he quickly conquered the system and has used it for many different web projects. Currently, he uses Bootstrap in relation to WordPress, using both in conjunction to create custom and creative solutions for his client.

Bass Jobsen

Bass Jobsen has been programming the web since 1995, ranging from C to PHP. He has a special interest in the processes between designer and programmer. He works on the accessibility of Bootstrap and his JBST WordPress starters theme. With over 5 years of experience with Bootstrap, Bass has been actively contributing to the community with his blogs and Git repos.