21st century calls for advancements in technology by every minute. Not just advancements but also easier access and usage of technology to make life easier to match the fast track requirements.
Bootstrap is licensed by MIT and was initially released 5 years ago on the 19th of august 2011. It is the second most starred project on GitHub with more than 100,000 stars and 45000 forks.
This web frameworks has extensive features which include its compatibility with different web browsers such as the latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet explorer, Opera and Safari browsers not to ignore the fact that some of these browsers are not supported on all platforms.
Since the release of version 2.0 it also supports responsive web design making things even easier. The perks of this are that the layout of Web pages adjusts dynamically taking into account the characteristics of the device used (desktop, tablet, mobile phone). The version 3.0 bootstrap supports a mobile-first design philosophy which emphasizes on the responsive design by default. Moreover with the release of version 4.0 the users can enjoy the liberty of the addition of Sass and Flexbox support.
It is an open source available to the users on GitHub and developers are also encouraged to take part in the project and come up with better ideas and contributions to make the project even better.
The web framework provides a set of style sheets that provide basic style definitions for all important HTML components. It includes options such as “bootstrap less” for style sheets where the developers have the liberty to adapt the bootstrap file itself and select the components they wish to use in their projects. Also adjustments can be made to the style sheets. Since the 2nd version of bootstrap the configuration has a special option of ‘customize’ in the documentation. Moreover the developer has the option to choose on a form the desired components and adjust them if need may be.
Concluding all the details given above it won’t hurt to say that this web framework is the easiest way to rummage into web developing with extensive features