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About this course
Bootstrap is an open source project originally created by Twitter to enable creation of responsive, mobile first web pages. Bootstrap has a standard set of classes that allow developers to quickly create applications that scale to devices of all sizes, and incorporate common components such as dialog boxes and validation. Bootstrap has become a de facto standard for web design.
This course is designed to be a primer on Bootstrap. By the end of the three modules you will have gained the knowledge to create pages common to all web applications, and implement the most frequently used components and classes provided by Bootstrap. You will also see how to use the tooling provided by Visual Studio to assist you in creating pages as quickly as possible.
What you’ll learn
- How to implement Bootstrap in existing web sites
- Common Bootstrap components
- How to use Bootstrap themes
Estimate Time : 18 hours
Module 1: Getting Started with Bootstrap
During our first module we’ll cover the basics of Bootstrap and the grid system. You’ll see how to obtain and add Bootstrap to your pages, and why Bootstrap makes developing responsive pages simpler than using CSS directly. We’ll also explain how the grid system works to layout your pages.
Module 2: Page Design and Data Display
Bootstrap offers several features to ensure your page is designed optimally for all screen sizes. You’ll examine how to best use those capabilities to ensure users can easily consume the data they need regardless of their device type. You’ll also see how to use some of the advanced components, or controls, that Bootstrap offers.
Module 3: Forms and user interaction
We’ll close our exploration of Bootstrap by taking a look at how we can obtain data from the user and provide feedback. Bootstrap offers great support for customizing forms, and several options to let the user know when the form is correct or incorrect. You’ll see how to add alerts and modal dialog boxes, as well as inline validation and data prompts.
Christopher is a content developer at Microsoft, he is also self-proclaimed geek with a passion for development and educating others. He got his first introduction to technology when his father brought home a VIC-20, graduated to a Commodore 64, and kept growing from there. A longtime MCT, Christopher now focuses on web technologies and Office 365 for Microsoft Learning. In his spare time he can be found running or spending time with his wife and four legged child.
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