Bootstrap is an open source front-end development framework that enables the creation of responsive and mobile-first websites and web applications. Developed by Twitter, the framework was first released in 2011.
Bootstrap saves a lot of time because it provides a wide range of predefined UI (User Interface) components, such as buttons, modals, navigation menus, forms, grids and much more. These components are designed to be easily customisable and adaptable to the needs of the project, without having to write code from scratch.
Not only is the framework designed to be responsive and mobile-friendly, it also provides a flexible grid system that allows the page layout to be organised easily and intuitively. The grid system is based on a series of columns that can be combined and positioned flexibly to create complex layouts.
The framework is compatible with all major web browsers and also provides extensive documentation.
Having been on the market for some time now, it has an active developer community that supports the framework and shares solutions and tips.
With all its advantages, Bootstrap can help improve the efficiency, responsiveness and user experience of the website or application developed.
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