Bootstrap is the most popular front end framework in the world right now, we’ll learn all about it in this video series. In this video I give you a quick demo of what is possible with Bootstrap, talk about some topics that I will be covering in this series.
In this tutorial we’ll be installing Bootstrap using a CDN. Using a CDN is incredibly simple because all we do is place links to the files that we would like to use.
In this tutorial we’ll be installing Bootstrap locally. This works similar to the previous tutorial where we used a CDN except now the files will be hosted on our server instead of a CDN, so the only real change here is to make sure that all of our files are in the correct location, and that all of our file paths are correct.
The Bootstrap grid explained, just in case you didn’t know the difference between a column and a row, or how columns work. This is mostly a video tutorial, not much coding done here.
In this tutorial we finally start using the Bootstrap grid. Now that you understand the concept behind the grid, and how it works, you can start creating columns and rows.