Bootstrap is one of the most popular front-end layout frameworks for web and mobile development, and Succinctly series author Peter Shaw has returned to help developers acclimate quickly to the latest version, Bootstrap 4. In Twitter Bootstrap 4 Succinctly, you'll learn the essentials of what has changed in the five years since the last version of the framework was released, and how to immediately put it to good use. Learn all about grids, tables, buttons, forms, cards, and many more tools that make designing a UI easier than ever before.
This open book is licensed strictly for personal or educational use. You can download Twitter Bootstrap 4 Succinctly ebook for free in PDF format (3.2 MB).
Table of Contents
The Grids, the Grids, the Beautiful Grids
Content is King
An Image is Worth a Thousand Words
The Turning of the Tables
Components of a Solid Foundation
Feeding the User with Status
A Form of Data Entry
The Remainder of the Component Soup
Bootstrap's Batman Utility Belt
The Final Word
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