Building a Responsive User Interface using Bootstrap
Learn how to use Bootstrap to build a responsive website for desktops, tablets, and cellphones, with this free course.Publisher: Microsoft
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You will then learn what LESS is, how to install it, and how LESS can help you achieve semantic markup for your code. You will also be introduced to real-world considerations for a Bootstrap application. You will learn about the factors to be considered before editing a Bootstrap files. The course will also teach you how to host your website as well as how to use a CDN (Content Delivery Network) and what a CDN involves.
All the information you need to develop an easy-to-use and responsive web page is at your fingertips with this free Bootstrap course. This course is best taken after completing Alison's Introduction to Responsive Design Using Bootstrap. It will also be useful for you to have knowledge of Web Page Design Using HTML5 and CSS3, as well as experience developing websites. But if you're ready to go, why wait? Try out this course, and prepare to wow your clients and superiors with your newly-acquired web development skills in no time!
Module 1: Visual Studio and ASP.NET Integration
Module 1: Learning Outcomes
Visual Studio Support
Module 1: Lesson Summary
Module 2: Learning Outcomes
Module 2: Lesson Summary
Module 3: Using Bootstrap with LESS
Module 3: Learning Outcomes
Introduction to LESS
LESS workflow with Bootstrap
Semantic HTML markup with Bootstrap
Module 3: Lesson Summary
Module 4: Bootstrap in the Real World
Module 4: Learning Outcomes
Bootstrap, but not Bootstrap
Putting it all together
Module 4: Lesson Summary
Having completed this course you will be able to:
Describe how to create a Modal Dialogs and Alerts.
Describe how to create inline help on your website.
Explain how LESS can help you with achieving semantic mark-up and tidying up your code.
Recognize package managers that help manage the use of LESS within Bootstrap.
Discuss why you should not modify your Bootstrap files.
Discuss what a content delivery network (CDN) is, how it works and how it helps host your website.
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