Bootstrap is an extremely popular, open source, front-end framework. First released in 2011, and currently in its third version, it’s the #1 download on GitHub. Bootstrap seems to be everybody’s favorite. We love it too, but there was a time when we were skeptical and wondered whether or not we should use a predefined library, so we’d like to share our evolving experience here, just in case you don’t believe the hype.
Here’s our two cents on why Bootstrap is doing it right:
The hallmark of a talented developer is his/her ability, perhaps even penchant, for writing minimized code. Streamlined code makes for pages that load easily, ultimately creating a better user experience that delivers content quickly. In the beginning, we thought of... read more