Today’s Lunch & Learn session was all about Bootstrap Framework. Santhosh gave the team a walkthrough of what is a Bootstrap Framework, applications & advantages of Bootstrap, how it helps in responsive design etc.

What actually is Bootstrap Framework?

Bootstrap as you might be aware is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. With Bootstrap, you can make front-end web development much faster and easier than before. Welcome to Bootstrap framework which lets you build responsive, mobile-first projects on the web with the world’s most popular front-end component library. One of our previous session was on using Media Query in CSS and how it helps in responsive design.

Applications of Bootstrap

Bootstrap framework is the most popular one out there for creating layouts. The responsive CSS of Bootstrap adjusts to phones, tablets, desktops or any devices. Also, it is compatible with all modern browsers making your development easy. Santhosh also discussed why we should use Bootstrap framework.

5 Reasons to use Bootstrap for creating stunning designs

First of all, it is super easy to use. Bootstrap is adaptable, you could choose to use along with CSS or without. Next, the support for responsiveness. With growing mobile gadgets, the need for responsive web design has become mandatory. Bootstrap seamlessly helps develop mobile ready sites, smooth and ease.

Bootstrap is very much customizable. The web developers can make a choice to select the aspects which are required which can be simply complete by utilizing Bootstrap customize page. You can choose to unselect the features that you don’t require like Common CSS, JavaScript Components etc.

Bootstrap can be easily integrated with other frameworks on existing sites. You can choose to utilize specific elements of Bootstrap along with your existing CSS. Bootstrap also comes with pre-styled components for alerts, dropdowns, navigation bars etc.

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Overall today’s session was useful as the rest of the team whose core area was not Web Development too got a chance to keep themselves updated with the latest trends in Web Design.