What is Bootstrap?Bootstrap is a....

What is Bootstrap? For those who have been immersed in the world of web programming for a while, the term Bootstrap is undoubtedly familiar. However, for those just beginning to learn web programming, especially front-end developers focusing more on appearance, primarily the user interface (UI) or user experience (UX), Bootstrap seems to be essential knowledge. Bootstrap is a highly popular front-end framework in recent years.

Bootstrap is also very easy for beginners in web coding to learn. All that's required is understanding basic CSS concepts, such as invoking IDs and classes. Bootstrap has evolved to version 4. With Bootstrap's help, we only need to call the classes provided by Bootstrap, and the HTML elements will automatically become more 'beautiful'. We no longer need to write CSS from scratch for each class.

Bootstrap also utilizes a grid system, making it easier for us to create responsive displays. It can be read on all browsers and is lightweight in its implementation. Bootstrap was first developed in 2010 at Twitter by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton. Currently, Bootstrap is developed as open source under the MIT license. We can follow the Bootstrap project's progress through its official website at getbootstrap.com and its GitHub at https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap.

Some advantages of Bootstrap include:

  • Using Bootstrap saves a lot of time
  • Bootstrap displays have a modern appearance
  • Bootstrap displays are responsive and support all types of resolutions
  • It's lightweight and structured very neatly
  • Easy to learn
That's a brief overview of Bootstrap. Hopefully, it can pique your interest in learning Bootstrap. In the next tutorial, we will learn how to use Bootstrap. Happy coding! 😀

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