Frontend development can be separated into two eras, before Bootstrap and after Bootstrap. In 2011, the greatest frontend framework ever was released. Also, in the same year, the adoption and use of the framework grew in great numbers, reaching almost every segment of the market.
The reason of this is as follows: imagine how painful it was to create a simple, nice button, for instance. You had to declare a lot of classes and styles in your code. This was the foresee of Bootstrap, created by some developers from Twitter. The framework was a paradigm change for developing a fast-paced web page frontend.
The greatness of Bootstrap lies in three aspects. The first is the style sheet, which contains some basic CSS for almost every HTML element in a uniform and beauty way.
Take a deep dive into the Bootstrap frontend framework with the help of examples that will illustrate the usage of each element and component in a proper way. By seeing examples, you will get a better understanding of what is happening and where you want to reach.
During the book, along the examples, you will be able to nail the framework and develop some very common examples using Bootstrap. These are a landing page, a web application, and a dashboard, which is desired by 10 out 10 web developers. You will face these kind of page countless number of times during your life as a developer, and you will do that using Bootstrap at its finest, including component customizations, animations, event handling, and external library integration.
We will start from the basics of the framework, but we will not hesitate from going further to really nail the framework. If you complete the book's examples by yourself, we can guarantee that you will become a true Bootstrap master.