Bootstrap 3.1, Part 1 of 4: Introduction and Installing

with expert Adam Barney

If you’re a web developer – and I mean a developer – someone who writes back-end code and doesn’t have a lot of front-end design experience – prepare to meet your new best friend. Bootstrap is a very flexible and powerful front-end framework consisting of a set of CSS classes and JavaScript plugins that will make your sites look not like the boring, drab, dare I say ugly… sites that developers are known to create, but instead look pretty darn good. This course will take us through the process of acquiring Bootstrap – you’ll see how we can download Bootstrap distributions and sources or use a CDN or front-end package manager like Bower to get Bootstrap.

Intermediate | 1h 3m | July 07, 2014

Web DevelopmentJavaScriptASP.NETBootstrap

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Adam Barney

Adam Barney has been writing code in one form or another since the 4th grade and has been 100% focused on .NET since 2005. He is currently a senior-level consultant living in Lincoln, NE where he co-founded and runs both the Lincoln .NET Users Group and Nebraska Code Camp. Adam also enjoys speaking at user groups, code camps, and developer conferences in the Midwest.

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