Self-Taught Developer: How To Build Mobile-First Approach Websites Using Bootstrap
Use this as your guide and reference for your Web Development journey.
Today we will discuss and understand the fundamentals of learning Bootstrap 4.
Before we begin, I would suggest you first learn and understand the basics of CSS, and also it is recommended that you learn the fundamentals of Grid and Flexbox before you tackle Bootstrap 4.
Bootstrap is a very popular frontend framework, and Bootstrap 4 offers a lot of features, and abilities to create and build responsive UI designs way easier, more efficient and offers a solid foundation as you go along, and the best part of Bootstrap 4 is that it is built with a solid foundation of Flexbox.
So why use Bootstrap today even after having all the new trends of frameworks, third-party tools, and packages? Well, personally when I was just starting to learn Web Development, I was having a hard time understanding everything at once, as a Self-Taught Developer that’s still has a 9–5 job, time is something I can’t just spare, I have this urge of maximizing my time wisely and purposefully, and I know you would agree that building Website with just using the hardcode HTML and CSS is sometimes a pain in the as*, it will take a lot of time designing, adjusting and research.
I learned to build a better Website because of Bootstrap, it was very convenient to use, time-wise while providing high-quality websites.
Benefits of using Bootstrap