What is Bootstrap?
Bootstrap originally named Twitter Blueprint was first developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at Twitter, it is now hosted on GitHub as an open-source project and is free for everyone.
Why do we use Bootstrap?
- A faster and easier way for Web-Development.
- It designs responsive web pages for mobile devices too.
- We can easily create responsive websites.
- We can quickly create a multi-column layout with pre-defined classes.
- We can quickly create different types of form layouts.
- It is used to create different variations of the navigation bar.
- It is used to create dynamic tabs to manage a large amount of content.
Why learn Bootstrap?
Advantages of Using Bootstrap
- Open Source — Completely free to download and use.
- Save lots of time — we can save lots of time and effort using the Bootstrap predefined design templates and classes.
- Compatible with browsers — it is compatible with most browsers that are Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera etc.
- Responsive features — Using Bootstrap we can also easily create responsive websites that appear more appropriately on different devices and screen resolutions.
- Consistent design — all Bootstrap components share the same design templates and styles through a central library, so the design and layout of our web pages will be consistent.
How Bootstrap will help you in career growth?
It will provide the skill set to the web developers and especially those who have been dealing with front end designing and creating web-based UI. The knowledge of Bootstrap will help you to apply for all the jobs which have been asking for front end web technology related profiles.