I have had a few of these "knowledge gaps" throughout my career and they have left scars. Going from absolute beginner to your first job as a frontend developer is a big leap.
It’s only natural to have some knowledge gaps along the way...
but if you could avoid some wouldn’t you?
You're an absolute beginner and want to become a web developer.
Isn't it annoying when you watch a video with code and URLS referenced that you have to manually type out? My training will not be published and abandoned, but will be continually updated. And since the book and reference guides are hyperlinked PDF files and not videos, you can save them to your computer (DRM free) and access them at any time.
Topics covered: responsive images, image cards, parallax background images, Google fonts, carousel cross-fade, and vertical centered text.
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Topics covered: 100% height sidebar, card deck, FontAwesome icons, responsive charts and tables, and custom navigation tree menu.
“This course helped me see another perspective with Bootstrap. Your material provided a systematic, easy approach to new technologies. You showed how Bootstrap can first be used as a cookie cutter approach before you start getting crazy with special CSS manipulation. I love all that your material has provided and is a resource if I need to mobilize information quickly. Thank you. Cory C. Bowles, frontend developer beginner
“The book uses metaphor's throughout which helps make technical concepts clear and easier to understand. Max, Web Developer
“The training documents were great. They got me started quickly and I was able to jump into installing Bootstrap 4 and getting my website framework started. Andrew Diaz, Web Developer
“It is clear and well structured. A good start for Bootstrap 4 beginners. Uwe, webworker
“A helpful primer in developing responsive layouts with Bootstrap 4. Dan Joseph, Software Engineer
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Yes. The beta version is safe to use in production sites. Beta means things will be added or improved. So when a new beta comes out nothing will break and its up to you if you want to update to new features or enhancements.
If you need to support IE9 and below stick with Bootstrap 3, otherwise Bootstrap 4 will work fine and will continue to be improved.
I realize a dollar in the United States is not the same as a dollar in a developing country. If you would like to purchase a package just email me and let me know a price that would work for you. My goal is to help you learn and not exclude you.
I am not a software engineer and build mostly marketing sites. So learning from the official documentation was very confusing. I also had a lot of unanswered questions like how to properly use the picture element for responsive images, what is the best workflow to follow the mobile-first principle, and is Bootstrap even necessary?
I have also had the desire to help people through teaching but never in a book form. So I decided to give it a try. :)
The biggest struggle I faced learning Bootstrap was understanding the terminology used in the documentation. It was written for software engineers. As a beginner, a lot of the explanations didn't make much sense. I craved more visual examples and simple explanations.
I created this course for two reasons: to help make it easier for you to learn the framework, and to help further your career as a web developer.
Let's build a responsive web together!
- Jacob Lett, your teacher
P.S. If you ever have any questions, you can call/text me directly at (586) 894-8024.