If you're anything like me, you like learning by example and actually getting your hands dirty. That's why I created this quick and easy course on leraning Bootstrap 4 by Example.
You're going to learn how to get up and running with a Bootstrap 4 project using the Node Package Manager. This is the most robust way of integrating Bootstrap 4, as it gives you access to Sass! Don't worry, if you don't know what all of that means, I explain it all.
Then, you're going to learn about the core fundamentals of Bootstrap 4 while we develop a single, responsive layout.
This will give you the confidence you need going forward to start integrating Bootstrap 4 within your own projects.
So, let's get started!
Welcome to this course! This introduction video will serve as a very quick overview of what we will be learning.
In this video, we're going to take a look at the exact project that we will use to learn Bootstrap 4.
In this lesson, we will discuss the various methods from which you can install Bootstrap 4. This includes using a CDN, and a package manager such as NPM.
In this video, we're going to use the Gulp task runner to set up a development environment. Gulp will allow us to use browserSync to reload the browser upon file changes, compile sass, and perform other needed functions.
In this video, we will take a look at the proper way of redefining Bootstrap 4's sass settings.
In this video, we will begin writing out the HTML for the project, and this will include defining a Bootstrap 4 navbar and nav.
In this video, we will quickly define a hero section underneath the navigation we just created. This will include a heading, subheading and a supporting graphic.
In this lesson, we will define a feature container with a responsive grid using Bootstrap 4's grid system.
In the final section of our layout, we're going to create an area for an email capture using Bootstrap 4's form classes.
Gary Simon is a professional freelance graphics and web designer with well over a decade of experience. Having served over a thousand clients, Gary understands many facets of the design industry.
He has also been a course instructor for several of the top online education websites, teaching a wide range of topics including:
Gary began designing websites in 2000, and just a few years later started focusing on identity design. From that point on, Gary grew a large clientele that allowed him to fully develop skills that extend beyond design alone.
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Gary began teaching his skills to others after releasing a single logo design tutorial, which has since garnered over a million views. In 7 years, Gary has released over 200 video tutorials and 20+ video courses. On his Youtube channel alone, his videos receive a half million views monthly. He enjoys connecting with students and helping them develop their skills on an on-going and frequent basis.