Learning Path: Frontend Web Development with Bootstrap 4

Build responsive web and mobile applications with Bootstrap 4


Are you are a web developer who wants to build enterprise-level websites, web, and mobile applications efficiently with Bootstrap 4? If yes, this Learning Path is for you.

Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end web framework for designing websites, web, and mobile applications. It is a combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code designed to build user interface components. Bootstrap was also programmed to support both HTML5 and CSS3.

Sass Instead of LESS. Brand New Bootstrap Cards. New Reboot Module. Opt-in Flexbox Support.

With regard to Bootstrap, we have the above-mentioned features to our advantage.

This Learning Path starts with introducing the new features of Bootstrap 4 and its installation. Then, you will be introduced to Sass and will learn to set up your first Sass project. Also, you will be building an application called Neighborhood, which enables others to discover local businesses in a location. While building this application, you will use Sass to write all of your stylings, organizing your website into mobile responsive grids, and writing advanced components using the cards feature. Moving ahead, you will learn to create larger projects. These projects include building out the structure and design of a social media platform, comprehensive login and registration forms, and finally a music library application.

By the end of this Learning Path, you will have a strong understanding of the new features of Bootstrap 4 with hands-on experience of working with larger projects.

About the Authors

Vedran Cindrić has been a front-end developer for around 15 years now and has been using Bootstrap exclusively for the last 4 years. He has worked on a lot of interesting projects for clients all around the world. He really enjoys writing great code, optimizing websites, and creating awesome responsive experiences.

Aaron Vanston is a front-end developer and product specialist based in Melbourne, Australia, specializing in usability and user experience design on the web. Aaron has a multidisciplinary background ranging from digital marketing to web application development. He is currently exploring his passion for web development through his own web development studio and start-ups/ web development teams within Melbourne. In the past, Aaron has developed a range of tutorials based on design and web development including various Bootstrap written tutorials.

Who is the target audience?
  • This Learning Path is for developers who want to learn new and advanced features of Bootstrap 4 to build fully-featured responsive applications.

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