Bootstrap (framework)

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The Bootstrap framework is a popular open-source front-end framework designed to help website creators create web pages and applications faster and easier. It's primarily focused on enhancing the design and responsiveness of web-based projects. Here's a brief rundown:

  • Responsive Design:
Bootstrap comes with a responsive grid system that automatically adjusts and resizes web elements based on the screen size of the device viewing the website, whether mobile, tablet, or desktop.
  • Pre-styled Components:
Bootstrap offers various pre-styled components, such as buttons, navigation bars, modals, and tooltips. These features reduce the need to design these elements from scratch.
  • JavaScript Plugins:
Beyond CSS components, Bootstrap also provides JavaScript plugins to enable dynamic features like carousels, modals, popovers, and more.
  • Customizable:
While Bootstrap provides a set of default styling, it is customizable. website creators can change the look and feel to match their design requirements.
  • Extensive Documentation:
Bootstrap offers extensive documentation, which aids beginners and experienced website creators. This documentation provides examples, templates, and best practices to assist in building web projects.
  • Community and Extensions:
A vast community surrounds Bootstrap due to its popularity. As a result, numerous themes, plugins, and extensions are available to expand its core capabilities.

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