Understanding Bootstrap - Bootstrap is a CSS framework that provides a collection of components on a web base interface that has been designed to be used together. In addition to the interface components, Bootstrap also provides a means for membangunlayout pages easily and neatly, as well as modifications to the basic display of HTML to create whole web pages that are developed in line with the components lainnya.Bootstrap created to provide a set of tools that can be used to build a simple website easy.
At first bootstrap named "Twitter Blueprint" which dikembankan by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton on Twitter as a framework to encourage consistency across internal tools.
By using Bootstrap a developer can easily and quickly to make the front-end of a website. You just need to call the required classes, such as making keys, grids, tables, navigation and others.
Bootstrap itself is compatible with the latest versions of some browsers such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari browsers. Although some of these browsers are not supported on all platforms.
Some of the reasons why today is pretty much developers using Bootstrap in making front-end website, namely because of some advantages possessed by Bootstrap itself, among others:
- Can accelerate the process of making a front-end website
- Bootstrap display that is quite a modern look.
- Bootstrapping see already responsive, so it supports any kind of resolution, be it PC, tablet, and smartphone.
- Very light when the website becomes accessible, since Bootstrap is made with highly structured.