Introduction to Bootstrap 3

An introduction to the basic features of Twitter Bootstrap 3 including the grid system, responsive utilities and mixins.
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18,598 students
Introduction to Bootstrap 3
Rating: 3.3 out of 5 (221 ratings)
18,598 students
Become familiar with the basic features of Bootstrap 3
Get to know the different components of version 3
Explore some of the differences between V2.x and V3.x
Harness the power of Bootstrap using LESS source files
See how you can use Bootstrap with Rails 4
Learn how to define a simple color scheme using the 1pxdeep tool

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of css, html and javascript

Description

Note: this course was published many years ago. Please consult with the documentations for the latest details.

This course is an introduction to Bootstrap 3 new features and how it is different from the Bootstrap 2. The videos covering components are short and to the topic including examples and sample code. All the sample projects are hosted on github and available to you any time. I hope that you can enjoy the great features that Bootstrap 3 has to offer just like I did when I started working with this amazing framework almost a year ago. 

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner or Intermediate web developers and web designers

Course content

8 sections • 29 lectures • 2h 34m total length
  • Intro to the development tools
    01:39
  • Installing local server: MAC
    02:40
  • Installing local server: Windows
    03:36
  • The Emmet Plugin
    03:06
  • Sublime Snippet and Emmet
    04:21

Instructor

Software Engineer
AJ Meyghani
  • 3.7 Instructor Rating
  • 433 Reviews
  • 28,905 Students
  • 4 Courses

​ My name is AJ and I'm a Software Engineer. I have worked on a variety of projects ranging from implementing user interfaces, to making productivity tools for engineers and designers. I am also very passionate about education and enjoy sharing what I learn with the world.

I am also the co-author of the Less Web Development Cookbook published by Packt Publishing. The book is about working with LESS on the client to make apps more maintainable.

I have been a self-taught learner as long as I can remember and I really enjoy sharing my findings and learnings with the world through any medium that I can. If you have any questions regarding any of my courses, you can reach me at aj@meyghani.com