Bootstrap is the most favored and dynamically evolving front-end framework.
It became the undeniable leader in web design. It is used and appreciated by millions of programmers across the world. It is hard to find a more effective tool than Bootstrap.
Considering its progressive development and the snowballing upsurge of projects based on this framework, every web designer or developer should at least be familiar with the basics of Bootstrap.
About Bootstrap 5
Summary of the most important changes:
- RTL support has been added
- jQuery was removed
- Drop Internet Explorer 10 and 11 support
- Improved grid system
- Improved documentation
- Improved modularity
- Improved forms
- New responsive font
- New utilities & helpers
- Easier customization & theming
- Lighter package
- New API available
We have prepared for you free tutorials divided into 3 levels - beginner, intermediate and advanced.
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Crash course for beginners in 1.5H
2:49 What is Bootstrap?
4:48 Why to use Bootstrap?
6:45 Bootstrap components
7:12 What's new in Bootstrap 5?
12:50 What will happened to Bootstrap 4?
17:15 Bootstrap Grid
36:46 Cards & Panels
46:05 Responsive images
1:07:40 Carousel / Slider
1:11:55 Navbar, Navs, & Tabs
1:21:15 Remaining components
Intermediate level - build your own projects from scratch
Build a landing page
Build a portfolio
Build a blog
Build an advanced landing page
Build an advanced portfolio
Build an advanced blog
Build a basic admin dashboard
Build a traffic admin dashboard
Build an order admin dashboard
Build an ecommerce listing website
Advanced level - create worldwide top websites from scratch
Build your own Trello board
Build your own Instagram
Build your own Facebook profile
Build your own Gmail app