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|Simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and JS for popular UI components and interactions||The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world||A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces|
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Cheap and Good
July 18, 2017 06:34
Good service with a good price, worth the money.
July 12, 2017 21:30
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June 14, 2017 20:45
Compiling effort and time to find à useful tool
Solid, compares well against semantic ui
October 14, 2016 18:12
We have been using it for the past 3 years and have no complaints
April 26, 2016 04:28
I only use bootstrap in the "How To Play" page because it's responsive and gives a nice look/feel to even the most boring pages.
Using bootstrap makes standardizing our templates very easy, and navigating the site becomes smooth and loading is more efficient.
my goto frontend styling. makes responsive and clean websites as breeze. with less it's the ultimate matchup.
Bootstrap is great for getting an MVP working when function matters more than form and MVPs are what I do.
I wrapped several Bootstrap components with ReactJS (i.e. turned them into ReactJS components), and used them in the app's UI. Also, I used numerous Bootstrap CSS classes in building the app's custom components, along with several Bootstrap plugins.
Building responsive front-end User Interfaces, forms, menus, buttons, dropdowns, etc in a predictable uniform way is the key to users understanding what you want them to do on your web based application.
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awesome-but 이라는 프로젝트를 만들 때 materialze css를 사용했지만 font awesome도 사용하지 못하고 디자인도 별로여서 현재 부트스트랩으로 수정하고있습니다.
I'm not a designer -- most of my frontend work is initially setup using bootstrap components until a designer can configure it properly.
we use bootstrap to make our GUIs look nice and feel comfortable without investing too much time for visual design.
Who doesn't use Bootstrap? It has permeated the CSS ideologies of the entire planet in an almost virus-like fashion...hey, wait a minute!
I simply bought a "job board" template for the website, which is written using Bootstrap 2. I'm hoping to upgrade the site to Boostrap 3 when I'll have a time.
Я просто купил шаблон для доски вакансий, написанный на Boostrap 2. Когда будет время перепишу все на Bootstrap 3.
Bootstrap was the key ingredient for making a fully responsive and gorgeous looking website across all devices.
Bootstrap comes included in the Laravel framework and it is great for getting a concept out the door.
bytelore.com is built with Bootstrap 4, taking full advantage of Twitter's impressive HTML/CSS/JS framework.
Restyling and reflowing HTML5 content to better suit the browser's specific context.
We have a heavily customized version of bootstrap to power the UI for our mobile and desktop apps.
Bootstrap provides the CSS and js needed to render the HTML in the report for different devices. Uses responsive mode.
4 years of experience using Bootstrap as a front-end development framework for my responsive applications.
Bootstrap gives us a solid foundation to build new interfaces, which lets our developers iterate on ideas quickly, so we can put work in front of our clients as soon as possible.
We cherry-pick the parts of Bootstrap that we want to use using SCSS. We mainly use the typographical and layout-related parts of Bootstrap.
We use Bootstrap both as a prototyping tool and a front-end framework. The customization of the framework allows for a beautiful yet usable user interface.
Leanstack was on Bootstrap 2. Chose this because it is wildly popular, so it’s active, has been used a lot in production, and has a ton of features. Anything you need to do from a UI perspective, there’s likely a plugin for it already part of the library. Haven’t tried the others, but we're happy with BS.
For StackShare, we upgraded to Bootstrap 3. I don’t like that they changed the name of columns, essentially breaking the grid layout for Bootstrap 2 and below, so that was a real pain to update. I hope they don’t do that again. Once we have more bandwidth, we’re totally going to decouple our markup from Bootstrap.
We pick out the parts in Bootstrap that we need using SASS and some other tools, enabling us to customise the HTML markup we use, and keep our stylesheets skinny.
We use Bootstrap a lot. Everything that you see on our marketing website or web servers, it's all built from Bootstrap.
Foundation has been my choice for years over Bootstrap and other similar CSS frameworks due to the naming conventions, well-designed built-in components, and it plays well with React when I'm not using ElementalUI instead.
My front-end framework of choice. Foundation is super-simple to use for just about anything, and directs my focus always on mobile-first.
Provides common user interface like dialogs, menus, etc. Is modular and hight customisable. A part from the grid system, is not used directly, but has as layer of abstraction build with web components, and typescript as far as possible with the time and working constraints, to be reused in other projects.
UI Kit provides so many great features out of the box. It provides all the tools to build a rich interface with very little configuration. Many of the modules are well documented and are relevant to the common trends we are seeing on websites today.