Twitter Bootstrap is a blessing for web designers and developers who have always sought a platform that allows them to reuse code blocks without having to invest time in extensive testing, or developing their personal library of CSS files. Creating smart and stylish web projects becomes simpler than ever with Bootstrap, offering you a fully customizable platform to build sophisticated and functionally rich web projects in minimal time.
With 12 column grids, design components and layouts, and complete responsive nature, Bootstrap helps you quickly adjust columns, tweak design based on device screen, and reuse code blocks with confidence. Moreover, you get extensive styling options with all basic content and design elements, which makes Bootstrap the go-to option of choice for the discerning developer.
Here’s a closer look at why Bootstrap is so cool:
I really like Bootstrap—as well as Zurb—what’s your favorite framework?
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