Friday, April 26, 2013

Bootstrap the Frontend Framework for Non Designers.

So you are a Web Developer having an exciting idea flourishing in your mind.

And you rush to your machine and start writing that awesome code that was never written before.

And now you are ready to show it to your friends with all excitement.

Your friends think the idea is fine but it doesn't looks good and then you get a number of suggestions.

There should be proper use of Typography.
Your Site should be responsive to work in various devices.
You should use proper colors, fonts, paddings, margins.
You should have proper images.....

And you get an endless list of advises all telling you to go and find a designer.Someone who can wrap this brilliant idea of yours in a nice package and make it look like pretty cool thing.

And believe me you have to be lucky enough to find someone who can design that frontend for you. But if you are not that lucky here is Bootstrap for you.

Bootstrap is a sleek, intuitive and powerful frontend framework from Twitter for faster and easier web development. You just need to concentrate on your Development parts and not much on the looks part.

You just need not to worry about how boxes arrange on top of each other or why one css code works in one browser and doesn't works in another one.

It gives you several features like

A 12 column resoponsive Grid.
Several javascript components like tabs, navigation etc.
Standard Typography.
Reset CSS. etc.

For details on Bootstrap's you can visit it's website http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/index.html

It has some examples which will get you started. All you need to take care is apply proper classes as described in the some of the examples.

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