Published November 2017
Do you ever come up with a great website idea, only to get bogged down in front-end setup, wanting to get your layout looking just right?
Perhaps you use the instant gratification of endless stylesheet tweaking to procrastinate on that all-important back-end logic?
Bootstrap is the most popular front-end framework on the web, and many developers use it when they want to get straight to the heart of a new project, instead of dealing with fiddly styling and interaction details.
You’ve learned the basics of Bootstrap 4. Now, we’ll start building. We’ll show you how to build a Bootstrap-driven login portal, getting to grips with cards, forms, buttons and grids.
By the time you’re done, you’ll be able to whip up an attractive and perfectly aligned layout in no time at all. You’ll have to find another way to procrastinate!
This is part two of a three part series. Get the full benefit by completing them in order:
Former salesperson, turned dev, Jason now works as a full stack web developer.