What is Bootstrap ?
Bootstrap 5 comes with several new features and improvements compared to its previous versions, including:
- Smaller file size: Bootstrap 5 has been optimized for performance, resulting in a smaller file size compared to Bootstrap 4, which makes web pages load faster.
- CSS custom properties: Bootstrap 5 uses CSS custom properties (also known as CSS variables) extensively, which allows for more flexibility and customization in terms of styling.
- New utility classes: Bootstrap 5 introduces new utility classes for spacing, typography, and alignment, making it easier to apply common styles to elements without having to write custom CSS.
- Improved grid system: The grid system in Bootstrap 5 has been enhanced with new features such as vertical alignment and equal-width columns, providing more flexibility in designing responsive layouts.
- Enhanced documentation: Bootstrap 5 comes with updated documentation that is more comprehensive and user-friendly, making it easier for developers to find and use the components they need.
- New components: Bootstrap 5 introduces new components such as accordion, off-canvas sidebar, floating labels for form inputs, and more, allowing developers to create richer and more interactive web interfaces.
Advantages of Bootstrap
- Bootstrap is completely free to download and use!
- Easy and Highly Customizable
- Very good Responsive Grid System
- Various built-in Components
- Bootstrap Can be Extended in various projects
History of Bootstrap
- Bootstrap, originally named Twitter Blueprint.
- It was developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at twitter
- In June 2014 Bootstrap was the No.1 project on GitHub!
Previous Bootstrap Version
||August 19 2013
||January 31 2012
||October 29 2014
||May 5 2021
What’s new in Bootstrap 5.2X
- jQuery Removed
- Custom Font Sizes
- Dropped Support on IE 10, IE 11
- Change in Gutter Width (distance between each column in bootstrap grid).
- New Icon Library
- New Class Updates
What you will need?
- HTML & CSS
- Window PC / Linux / MAC
- Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge or Safari etc.
- Visual Studio Code Editor (Recommended)
- Sublime Text