IntroductionIn one of my previous articles I talked about using the Bootstrap CSS framework in web projects. Exactly 2 years after the very first release of Bootstrap to the open world by the ex-Twitter developers we have now Bootstrap v3 - the new version of the most popular CSS framework. I’m calling it the most popular because of the recently announced results from the meanpath source-code search engine which shows that 1% of websites nowadays are using Bootstrap.
Using Bootstrap CSS Framework in Your Project
null is the most popular and widely used CSS framework and there is a good reason for its popularity. It gives developers well styled CSS for the elements used most in the modern web. Things like buttons, form controls, navigation and much, much more. Since it’s written in LESS it keeps the CSS of bigger projects such as GroupDocs well organized so it is easy to follow and maintain your CSS code.