Complete Bootstrap: Responsive Web Development with Bootstrap 4

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Learn
  • Fire up Bootstrap and set up the required build tools to get started
  • Understand how and when to use Flexbox with the Bootstrap layouts
  • Learn responsive web design and discover how to build mobile-ready websites with ease
  • Find out how to extend the capabilities of Bootstrap with a huge range of tools and plugins, including jQuery
  • Play around with the huge variety of components that Bootstrap offers
  • Customize your designs by working directly with Bootstrap's SASS files
  • Explore the inner workings of Bootstrap 4 by building different websites
About

Since its debut in August 2011, Bootstrap has become by far the most popular framework for empowering and enhancing frontend web design. With version 4, Bootstrap reaches an exciting new milestone, a lean code base optimized for modern browsers. Bootstrap 4 introduces a wide range of new features that make frontend web design even more simple and exciting. So, if you're interested to unearth the potential of Bootstrap 4 to build highly responsive and beautiful websites using modern web techniques, then you should surely go for this course.

The highlights of this course are:

Learn out how to make your websites responsive

Explore the robust features of Bootstrap 4 and create exciting websites through excellent hands-on projects

Find out how to extend the capabilities of Bootstrap with a huge range of tools and plugins, including jQuery

Customize your designs by working directly with SASS files

Let’s take a quick look at your learning journey. In this comprehensive course, you’ll learn everything that you need to know excel in Bootstrap web development. You’ll first learn to build a simple blog named Hello World! You'll then discover the principles of mobile-first design in order to ensure your pages can fit any screen size and meet the responsive requirements. You’ll learn to play with Bootstrap's grid system and base CSS to ensure your designs are robust and that your development process is speedy and efficient. You’ll then find out how you can extend your current build with some cool JavaScript plugins, and throw in some Sass to spice things up and customize your themes. Finally, you’ll go through different hands-on projects on Bootstrap such as building your portfolio, building an ecommerce website, and many more!

By the end of this course, you will able to build amazingly beautiful and responsive websites with Bootstrap.

Note: This course is a blend of text and quizzes, all packaged up keeping your journey in mind. It includes content from the following Packt products:

  • Learning Bootstrap 4, Second Edition by Matt Lambert
  • Bootstrap 4 Site Blueprints by Bass Jobsen, David Cochran, and Ian Whitley
Features
  • Do more with JavaScript and learn how to create an enhanced user experience
  • Leverage Sass to make your CSS code maintainable, reusable and prevent code duplications
  • Leverage Bootstrap’s excellent JavaScript plugins
Page Count 403
Course Length 12 hours 5 minutes
ISBN 9781788833400
Date Of Publication 1 Dec 2017

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.

Matt Lambert

Matt Lambert is a designer and developer with more than 16 years of experience. He currently works full-time as a senior product designer for CA Technologies in Vancouver, BC, Canada.