What is Bootswatch?
Who uses Bootswatch?
Why developers like Bootswatch?
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Bootswatch in their tech stack.
This is the third Stack Decision of this series. You can read the last one to catch up (link below).
Josh is a machine. He cranked out the rewrite of the site and as well as the Amazon S3 syncing/permissions/
content-type scripts in less than a week (with a full time job + 2 small kids at the time). The new site had/has a section where you could try out all of the Bootswatch themes on our site and while it might sound silly, it showed me that he goes above and beyond and I totally lucked out.
Anyway, Josh decided to go with Node.js, ExpressJS, Jade (now called Pug), and configs with #yaml, all things I have read about but never used in production. I quickly found out Josh was a Vim user (still is), because every Jade file he worked on had
//- vim: ft=jade sw=4 sts=4 et: at the bottom.
Everything was running smoothly, I was encouraged by David (co-founder from part 1) to take a vacation. I took him up on that. Unfortunately, my timing couldn’t have been worse. More on that in part 4.
AMA below 👇