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The Resource Bootstrap by example : master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever before, Silvio Moreto

Bootstrap by example : master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever before, Silvio Moreto

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Bootstrap by example : master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever before
Title
Bootstrap by example
Title remainder
master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever before
Statement of responsibility
Silvio Moreto
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Language
eng
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UMI
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Moreto, Silvio
Dewey number
005
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TK5105.888
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Community experience distilled
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  • Web site development
  • Web sites
  • COMPUTERS / Programming / General
  • COMPUTERS / Web / General
  • Web site development
  • Web sites
Summary expansion
Master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever beforeAbout This Book Become an expert in Bootstrap framework, and speed up front-end development and prototyping through real-life examples An applied guide exploring two web applications such as Twitter and Dashboard from scratch Hands on the Bootstrap version 4 even before the official releaseWho This Book Is ForIf you are a frontend developer with no knowledge of Bootstrap, then this book is for you. Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is expected, as well as a reasonable understanding of web frameworks, such as jQuery.What You Will Learn Discover how to use Bootstrap's components and elements, and to customize them for your own projects Understand the framework's usage in the best way with the recommended development patterns Create web pages for any kind of device like tablet, mobile, computer, etc. Construct a Twitter app by exploring the advanced bootstrap components like Breadcrumbs, Pagination, Media objects, and so on Combine the power of JavaScript with your Bootstrap app for more functionality Create a Dashboard web app using Bootstrap's JavaScript plugins Learn the difference between Bootstrap's version 3 and 4 of the framework Extend your knowledge on Bootstrap's external plugins, their incorporation and usageIn DetailBootstrap is a free, open source collection of tools that helps developers create websites or web applications. It provides a faster, easier, and less repetitive solution to designing and building applications. Before Bootstrap's release, it was necessary to import a variety of libraries into your project that offered different components and features for web interface development. Plus with the increased popularity of smartphones there were lack of libraries that could handle the responsiveness of a web page. Bootstrap's existence let it quickly become famous as a front-end framework that offered a wide set of tools from page grid up to components that render a web page in the best possible way for any device.This book will be a tutorial covering various examples as well as step-by-step methodology to create interesting web applications using Bootstrap and to understand the front-end framework to its core.We begin with an introduction to the Bootstrap framework and setting up an environment to build a simple web page. We then cover the grid system, basic Bootstrap components, HTML elements, and customization components for responsive and mobile first development. This is presented by creating a beautiful Landing page sample. You will also learn how to create a web application like Twitter by using the full set of components offered in the framework. Finally, you will learn to create a dashboard web app, using Bootstrap to its finest potential including component customizations, event handling, and external library integration. All these examples are explained step-by-step and in depth, while covering the versions 3 and the most recent version 4 of Bootstrap. So, you will be in the state of the art for front-end development.By the end of this book, you will be familiar with the development of a plugin for the framework and Bootstrap's world which is popular for fast paced front-end web development, used in countless projects all over the world, and now yours.Style and approachThis is a step-by-step guide that closely focuses on developing web applications in most objective way solving real-life problems with Bootstrap. It covers two sample web applications, which are explained in detail
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Bootstrap by example : master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever before, Silvio Moreto
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online resource
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Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started; Getting Bootstrap; Setting up the framework; Folder structure; Warming up the sample example; Bootstrap required tags; Building our first Bootstrap example; The container tag; Optionally using the CDN setup; Community activity; Tools; Bootstrap and web applications; Browser compatibility; Summary; Chapter 2: Creating a Solid Scaffolding; Understanding the grid system; Building our scaffolding; Setting things up; Offset columns; Completing the grid rows
  • Nesting rowsFinishing the grid; Fluid container; We need some style!; There are headings everywhere; Playing with buttons; More typography and code tags; Manipulating tables; Styling the buttons; Like a boss!; Final thoughts; Box-sizing; Quick floats; Clearfix; Font definitions for typography; Summary; Chapter 3: Yes, You Should Go Mobile First; Making it greater; Bootstrap and the mobile-first design; How to debug different viewports at the browser; Cleaning up the mess; Creating the landing page for different devices; Mobile and extra small devices; Tablets and small devices
  • Desktop and large devicesSummary; Chapter 4: Applying the Bootstrap Style; Changing our grid layout; Starting over the grid system; The header; The introduction header; The about section; The features section; The price table section; The footer; Forming the forms; Newsletter form; Contact form; The sign-in form; Images; Helpers; Floating and centering blocks; Context colors; Spacing; Responsive embeds; Summary; Chapter 5: Making It Fancy; Using Bootstrap icons; Paying attention to your navigation; Until the navigation collapse; Using different attachments; Coloring the bar; Dropping it down
  • Customizing buttons dropdownMaking an input grouping; Getting ready for flexbox!; Understanding flexbox; Playing with Bootstrap and flexbox; Summary; Chapter 6: Can You Build a Web App?; Understanding web applications; Creating the code structure; Adding the navigation; Adding the search input; Time for the menu options!; The option at the thumbnail; Adding the Tweet button; Customizing the navigation bar; Setting up the custom theme; Fixing the list navigation bar pseudo-classes; You deserve a badge!; Fixing some issues with the navigation bar; Do a grid again; Playing the cards
  • Learning cards in Bootstrap 4Creating your own cards; Adding Cards to our web application; Another card using thumbnails; Implementing the main content; Making your feed; Doing some pagination; Creating breadcrumbs; Finishing with the right-hand-side content; Summary; Chapter 7: Of Course, You Can Build a Web App!; Alerts in our web app; Dismissing alerts; Customizing alerts; Waiting for the progress bar; Progress bar options; Animating the progress bar; Creating a settings page; Pills of stack; Tabs in the middle; Adding the tab content; Using the Bootstrap tabs plugin
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946526855
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1 online resource.
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online
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9781785287053
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computer
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rdamedia
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cl0500000732
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remote
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(OCoLC)946526855
Label
Bootstrap by example : master Bootstrap 4's frontend framework and build your websites faster than ever before, Silvio Moreto
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started; Getting Bootstrap; Setting up the framework; Folder structure; Warming up the sample example; Bootstrap required tags; Building our first Bootstrap example; The container tag; Optionally using the CDN setup; Community activity; Tools; Bootstrap and web applications; Browser compatibility; Summary; Chapter 2: Creating a Solid Scaffolding; Understanding the grid system; Building our scaffolding; Setting things up; Offset columns; Completing the grid rows
  • Nesting rowsFinishing the grid; Fluid container; We need some style!; There are headings everywhere; Playing with buttons; More typography and code tags; Manipulating tables; Styling the buttons; Like a boss!; Final thoughts; Box-sizing; Quick floats; Clearfix; Font definitions for typography; Summary; Chapter 3: Yes, You Should Go Mobile First; Making it greater; Bootstrap and the mobile-first design; How to debug different viewports at the browser; Cleaning up the mess; Creating the landing page for different devices; Mobile and extra small devices; Tablets and small devices
  • Desktop and large devicesSummary; Chapter 4: Applying the Bootstrap Style; Changing our grid layout; Starting over the grid system; The header; The introduction header; The about section; The features section; The price table section; The footer; Forming the forms; Newsletter form; Contact form; The sign-in form; Images; Helpers; Floating and centering blocks; Context colors; Spacing; Responsive embeds; Summary; Chapter 5: Making It Fancy; Using Bootstrap icons; Paying attention to your navigation; Until the navigation collapse; Using different attachments; Coloring the bar; Dropping it down
  • Customizing buttons dropdownMaking an input grouping; Getting ready for flexbox!; Understanding flexbox; Playing with Bootstrap and flexbox; Summary; Chapter 6: Can You Build a Web App?; Understanding web applications; Creating the code structure; Adding the navigation; Adding the search input; Time for the menu options!; The option at the thumbnail; Adding the Tweet button; Customizing the navigation bar; Setting up the custom theme; Fixing the list navigation bar pseudo-classes; You deserve a badge!; Fixing some issues with the navigation bar; Do a grid again; Playing the cards
  • Learning cards in Bootstrap 4Creating your own cards; Adding Cards to our web application; Another card using thumbnails; Implementing the main content; Making your feed; Doing some pagination; Creating breadcrumbs; Finishing with the right-hand-side content; Summary; Chapter 7: Of Course, You Can Build a Web App!; Alerts in our web app; Dismissing alerts; Customizing alerts; Waiting for the progress bar; Progress bar options; Animating the progress bar; Creating a settings page; Pills of stack; Tabs in the middle; Adding the tab content; Using the Bootstrap tabs plugin
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946526855
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785287053
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000732
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)946526855

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