Millions of beautiful sites across the web are being built with Bootstrap and this is explained by the great functionality of this front-end framework. Originally, Bootstrap was created at Twitter in 2010 by two talented developers Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton. Officially released in 2011, now it is one of the most popular open sources which gives a great opportunity to build any web project in a well-defined structure, nicely arranging all design components in the proper way.
Bootstrap makes web development faster and easier, providing you with the great capability to scale the website with one code base, from phones, tablets to laptops and desktops. Bootstrap consists of the whole package of tools, such as glyphicons, dropdowns, button groups, button dropdowns, input groups, navs, navbar, breadcrumbs, pagination, labels, badges, thumbnails, alerts, list group, panels and others. Also with Bootstrap you get extensive documentation with live examples, code snippets and more.
This useful framework is made for people of all skill levels, so if you just dip into this vortex of website’s building, you don’t have to worry if you can manage this process as it’s quite simple to get started with Bootstrap. You can overview this framework and find out how to download and use it by visiting the official Bootstrap website.
By the way, for all Bootstrap fans our GT3 team created a wonderful collection of Bootstrap templates which have amazing designs and great well-structured layouts.
And if you are not using Twitter Bootstrap yet, we suggest you to look through the following Business Bootstrap templates which have amazing designs and can be downloaded for free. Start your next web project with Bootstrap and feel the difference!