Bootstrap – Web Development Toolkit From Twitter

Bootstrap is an awesome web development toolkit from Twitter to develop beautiful websites and web apps. The Bootstrap consist of CSS, fonts, js, tables, grids and other required elements to start building your own website. Since Bootstrap is been used by Twitter itself, the toolkit resembles almost similar to Twitter’s front end appearance.

So whats included in the toolkit

  • All original .less files
  • Fully compiled and minified CSS
  • Complete styleguide documentation
  • Example page template (more to come soon)

bootstrap web development toolkit

Bootstrap consists of important elements like popups, alerts, navigations, buttons, input boxes, tool tips, modal window and so on. To me, toolkits like this would makes developing websites pretty easy.

Supported browsers

This is the only drawback of Bootstrap, since its modern and reply of most of the CSS3 properties it is supported only on latest version of broswers

  • Latest Safari
  • Latest Google Chrome
  • Firefox v4

So what are you waiting for, visit Bootstrap and build freaking awesome elegant websites.

August 21, 2011. This entry was posted in Twitter, Web Resources and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

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2 Responses so far!

  1. Well said, the post is really the freshest on this valuable topic. I fit in with your conclusions and will thirstily look forward to your next updates

  2. Hey,

    I see you use WordPress also… ya might be interested in the WordPress plugin we created that adds the Twitter Bootstrap CSS and Javascript files to the head of any WordPress site, regardless of the WordPress Theme.

    We don’t have the LESS compiler yet, but we hope to have that ready for the v1.0 release. Check it out:

    Let me know if you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see in the plugin.


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