Quite often when building various web applications, you will face the need to build beautiful and responsive websites in a small time frame. Bootstrap 4 helps alleviate the pain by defining sophisticated and refined user inputs and web components ready for your use. If you want to learn how to quickly get your projects up to speed with the most popular front-end framework, then go for this Learning Path.
Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.
The highlights of this Learning Path are:
- Explore the new features available in Bootstrap and SASS
- Craft refined and complex web applications that adapt to various user and browser requirements
- Polish your applications and make them available online
Let’s get on this exciting web development journey together! This Learning Path starts with introducing you to both Bootstrap and Bootstrap 4. You will be learn how to get started building dynamic website interfaces with new features available in Bootstrap and SASS. Use SASS to write all of your stylings, organize your website into mobile responsive grids, and write advanced components using the Cards feature.
Moving ahead, you will go work on various projects that include building out the structure and design of a social media platform, comprehensive login and registration forms, and finally a music library application. Each project will provide you with a chance to use some of the new Bootstrap 4 components in the greater context of the Bootstrap framework.
By the end of this Learning Path, you will have a thorough understanding of the Bootstrap framework, and be able to build highly customizable and optimized websites.
About the Author:
We have combined the best works of the following esteemed authors to ensure that your learning journey is smooth:
Vedran Cindrić has been a frontend developer for around 15 years now and has been using Bootstrap exclusively for the last 4 years. He has run a web development company called "Flip. hr" for 5 years now, and he has worked on a lot of interesting projects for clients all around the world. He has also written some articles on Bootstrap.
Aaron Vanston is a frontend developer and product specialist based in Melbourne, Australia, specializing in usability and user experience design on the web. He has a multidisciplinary background ranging from digital marketing to web application development. He is currently exploring his passion for web development through his own web development studio and start-ups/ web development teams within Melbourne. In the past, Aaron has developed a range of tutorials based on design and web development including various Bootstrap written tutorials.