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Bootstrap 4 Cookbook

By : Ajdin Imsirovic
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Bootstrap 4 Cookbook

By: Ajdin Imsirovic

Overview of this book

Bootstrap, one of the most popular front-end frameworks, is perfectly built to design elegant, powerful, and responsive interfaces for professional-level web pages. It supports responsive design by dynamically adjusting your web page layout. Bootstrap 4 is a major update with many impressive changes that greatly enhance the end results produced by Bootstrap. This cookbook is a collection of great recipes that show you how to use all the latest features of Bootstrap to build compelling UIs. This book is using the most up-to-date version of Bootstrap 4 in all its chapters. First off, you will be shown how you can leverage the latest core features of Bootstrap 4 to create stunning web pages and responsive media. You will gradually move on to extending Bootstrap 4 with the help of plugins to build highly customized and powerful UIs. By the end of this book, you will know how to leverage, extend, and integrate bootstrap to achieve optimal results for your web projects.
Table of Contents (19 chapters)
Title Page
About the Author
About the Reviewer
Customer Feedback

Working with Bower, Sass, and Grunt in our .NET Core project

There is a major difference between NuGet and Bower. NuGet, as the package manager used to control .NET libraries, cannot deal with static frontend libraries, such as Bootstrap or Tether. However, when working on .NET Core web applications, we need to include these libraries. That is where Bower comes into play, and it is the reason why we had to use Bower in our previous recipes, when we set up our simple app.

In other chapters of this book, we used to install Bower using Node Package Manager (NPM). In this recipe, we will let Visual Studio manage Bower for us, as it comes preinstalled with .NET Core and can be accessed via the Manage Bower Packages command. However, contrary to the previous chapters, in this chapter we will also use the bower.json file, which is used to list dependencies we use in our project. The way that bower.json file works is quite similar to the way that the package.json file is used by Grunt--it simply...