Bootstrap 4 Fundamentals

5.5+ hour head start on the newest version of Bootstrap for creating mobile-first responsive web pages | taught by Bob Tabor

Course description

In this course, Bob takes a tour of the newest version of Bootstrap (version 4) and discovers what has changed, the justification for those changes, and how to use Bootstrap's classes and components to build mobile-first responsive websites quickly.

Course Curriculum

Lessons
337:28
BS4-01 - Course Introduction FREE
BS4-02 - Installing Bootstrap 4 Locally using Nuget FREE
BS4-03 - A Quick Tour of Bootstrap Files FREE
Viewing & Downloading the Code
BS4-04 - Why Use Bootstrap?
BS4-05 - Quick Overview of Changes in Bootstrap 4
BS4-06 - Layout Basics with Containers
BS4-07 - Predefined Grid Classes
BS4-08 - Responsive Breakpoint, Viewports and Media Queries
BS4-09 - Why Bootstrap 4 Uses Rems
BS4-10 - Column Wrapping
BS4-11 - Column Offset Classes
BS4-12 - Column Ordering Classes
BS4-13 - Nesting
BS4-14 - Responsive Utility Classes
BS4-15 - Using Clearfix
BS4-16 - Bootstrap Reboot and Default Styles
BS4-17 - Typography Classes
BS4-18 - Textual Utility Classes
BS4-19 - Spacing and Alignment Classes
BS4-20 - Default Styles for Formatting Code
BS4-21 - Image Classes
BS4-22 - Table Classes
BS4-23 - Button and Button Group Classes
BS4-24 - Form Classes
BS4-25 - Input Groups
BS4-26 - Dropdowns
BS4-27 - Label Classes
BS4-28 - Jumbotron
BS4-29 - Card Classes
BS4-30 - Nav Classes
BS4-31 - Navbar Classes
Bootstrap 4 Fundamentals Q & A
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Bob Tabor
Bob Tabor
Instructor

Bob Tabor is an author, trainer, entrepreneur and five time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award winner. He founded LearnVisualStudio.NET in February, 2002 in an effort to make training inexpensive and accessible to everyone. He was the first to create training videos on C# and .NET, ASP.NET, Visual Basic, Visual Studio, SQL Server and more. In 2004, Microsoft approach Bob about creating courses that would be included "in the box" in the various Visual Studio 2005 Express Editions. These became the very first video training courses hosted on Microsoft's own web properties. Since then Bob has created hundreds of hours of training featured on Microsoft's like Channel9 and Microsoft Virtual Academy. Universities, companies and non-profits around the world use Bob's training in their curriculum on a daily basis.

Before striking out on his own, he worked as a software development consultant in the Dallas, Texas USA area at large organizations like Ernst & Young, KPMG, Sprint, American Heart Association, Mary Kay Corporation and others. He has a degree in Management Information Systems from Loyola University of Chicago, but with regard to software development is self-taught. After struggling for years to grasp important software development ideas, he realized that the fundamental problem with training was that it was expensive and instructors were inconsistent in their knowledge and presentation skills. Bob is married, has two sons in college and lives in the Dallas, Texas, USA area.