Course Description

Bootstrap Crash Course

Bootstrap 4 Crash Course

Bootstrap is a popular front-end framework for building responsive and mobile-first websites. This crash course is designed for those who are new to Bootstrap and want to learn how to quickly create responsive and professional-looking websites using this powerful framework.

We will start by setting up our development environment, which includes installing Bootstrap and integrating it into our project. From there, we will move on to learning the basics of Bootstrap's grid system, which is used to create responsive and mobile-first layouts.

Next, we will explore Bootstrap's various UI components, including forms, buttons, tables, and modals. We will learn how to use these components to create professional-looking and user-friendly interfaces.

After learning the basics of Bootstrap, we will dive into more advanced topics such as customizing Bootstrap's CSS, using JavaScript plugins, and creating custom components. We will learn how to use Bootstrap's built-in Sass variables and mixins to customize the look and feel of our website, and how to use Bootstrap's JavaScript plugins to add functionality to our site.

Once we have a solid understanding of Bootstrap, we will put our knowledge to the test by building a simple web page. We will create a web page that allows users to register, login and view their profile details. This will give us hands-on experience in using Bootstrap to create responsive and professional-looking websites.

Finally, we will learn how to deploy our web page to a production environment, which includes configuring a web server and making our application accessible to users.

By the end of this crash course, you will have a solid understanding of Bootstrap and the skills to quickly create responsive and professional-looking websites using this powerful front-end framework.

In summary, this crash course covers all the basics of Bootstrap, from setting up development environment, grid system, UI components, customizing CSS, using JavaScript plugins, creating custom components, building a web page and deploying it to production environment. By the end of the course, you will have hands-on experience in building a web page with Bootstrap's responsive grid system and UI components, and the ability to customize the look and feel of the site.