In recent years, the number of smartphone users have increased. In October 2016, for the first time, the number of web pages loaded were more in mobile devices as compared to traditional desktops. Hence, the need to address mobile users is paramount.
Since, Bootstrap is developed with a mobile-first strategy, it is assured that any web application that is developed using this framework will work seamlessly on any kind of device.
This course is a blend of text, videos, code examples, and assessments, which together makes your learning journey all the more exciting and truly rewarding. This course has been prepared using extensive research and curation skills. Each section adds to the skills learned in the previous section and will help learn how to work with Bootstrap and build responsive and visually-appealing web applications.
We begin with learning all about Bootstrap 4 and the improvements from the legacy version. We then move on to learning the important concepts of Bootstrap 4, but we use a practical approach, wherein we build projects and explain you the concepts, when and where required. This will help you not only learn the concepts but also learn how to implement the concepts in real life.
In our first project, we build a social media platform; here we discuss concepts such as grids, containers, buttons, navigation, and typography.
We then extend this platform by building a login and registration page for our platform. Here, we cover concepts such as pop-up windows and contextual messages. Later, we will also discuss a few best practices and troubleshooting tips.
We then build an online music library interface, which has advanced features like a song progress bar and song navigation.
Finally, we look at integrating Bootstrap with an Angular 2 application.
By the end of this course, you will be able to build websites that work perfectly on all devices.
This course has been authored by some of the best in their fields:
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.
Aaron Vanston is a front-end developer and product specialist based in Melbourne, Australia, specializing in usability and user experience design on the web.
Bass Jobsen lives in Orthen in the Netherlands. He tries to combine his interests in web technology with his compassion for a sustainable lifestyle. He therefore not only owns a web development company, but is also board member at the Energie Cooperatie 073.
David Cochran serves as an Associate Professor of Communication at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. He has been teaching Interactive Design since 2005. A passion for best practices induced him to avoid shortcuts and hew towards web standards.
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.
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