Design mobilefirst responsive websites with Bootstrap 3
About This Book
Who This Book Is For
What You Will Learn
Since its debut in August 2011, Twitter Bootstrap, now simply Bootstrap, has become by far the most popular framework for empowering and enhancing frontend web design. With Version 3, Bootstrap reaches an exciting new milestone, introducing a mobile-first responsive grid, new and powerful LESS mixins, and a lean code base optimized for modern browsers.
"Bootstrap Site Blueprints" is a hands-on guide to the inner workings of Bootstrap's latest and greatest development milestone. In an easy-to-follow, step-by-step format, you'll quickly get to know the ins and outs of Bootstrap while building a portfolio site, a WordPress theme, a business site, an e-commerce interface, and administration interface, and an upscale marketing site.
By the end of this book you will be a more adept and efficient designer.
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David Cochran serves as an Associate Professor of Communication at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. He has been teaching Interactive Design since 2005. A passion for best practices induced him to avoid shortcuts and hew towards web standards. When Twitter Bootstrap was first released in August 2011, he recognized it as a tool that would speed up development while supporting best practices. Thus, he began folding Bootstrap into his university courses, much to the benefit of his students. In 2012, David produced a Bootstrap 2.0 tutorial series for webdesign.tutsplus.com. He also published a first short book about Bootstrap, Twitter Bootstrap Web Development HowTo, Packt Publishing. In his spare time, David blogs about web design at alittlecode.com. He also leads a media, design, and strategy company named BitBrilliant.
Ian Whitley developed a passion for writing and literature at a young age. In 2010, he developed a deep interest in web development and decided to get involved in it. When the opportunity to help write a book on web development came up, it seemed like too good of an offer to pass up. He was one of the early adopters of Twitter Bootstrap when it was first released in 2011. With the help of David Cochran, he quickly conquered the system and has used it for many different web projects. Currently, he uses Bootstrap in relation to WordPress, using both in conjunction to create custom and creative solutions for his client. Living in the Bartlesville, OK, Ian is the lead developer for BitBrilliant, the company that David Cochran founded. He is always looking to further his skills—both for the web and in the many hobbies he pursues, which include leather working and writing.
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