This course is designed to take you through all the biggest changes and new features coming in the Bootstrap 4 Alpha release. There are 20 lectures making up about an 40 minutes of video content that will cover each feature or change through detailed explanation of the subject matter and demoing of its implementation in code samples. The course is structure to first take you through the major changes you should be aware of, and then introduce you to the newest features being added. You should take this course if you're interested in keeping up with the latest trends in web development, want to help test and develop one of the most popular responsive frameworks used in web design, or are just curious on what is coming down the pipe for Bootstrap.
This lecture will cover who the instructor is, what the course will cover, and what skill levels are required to best understand the content presented.
This lecture will cover one of the biggest changes to the framework, and what that means for you as a developer.
This lecture will expand upon Lecture 3, and explain one of the newest changes to improve customization.
This lecture will cover one of the most important changes to the framework and show how it will impact your future development using Bootstrap.
This lecture will go over how the grid system is improved and clear up some misconceptions on what is actually going on with the changes to it.
This lecture will cover what is changing with Media Queries and how the new mobile-first approach will help you as a developer.
This lecture will explain how HTML style resets are advancing in the framework and shed light on what Bootstrap's Reboot is.
This lecture will go over what ES2015 is, as well as how it will impact the framework and why you should care.
This lecture will explain what flexbox is, how to opt-in to the new feature in Bootstrap 4, as well as demo it's use.
This lecture will cover what Cards are and how they will replace wells and panels in Bootstrap.
This lecture will explain how tooltips have been improved and what tether.js is. It will also show you how to implement a basic tooltip through a demo.
This lecture will go over expected improvements with Forms and what WTF Forms could provide to the framework.
This lecture will explain how to use the new Margin and Padding utility classes, their various options, and show you how to implement them through a demo.
This lecture will cover the new Display Heading classes and show you how they compare against standard headings through a demo.
This lecture will demonstrate how to implement the new outline button classes that are coming with Bootstrap 4.
This lecture will explain what has changed with responsive embed sizes and why you might care about this minor new feature.
This lecture will cover other possible new features or changes that have not yet been implemented into Bootstrap 4, and how you can continue to track the development of the framework as it works towards a BETA and eventual final release.
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