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.
Have you ever followed a tutorial with cat pictures and project examples you could never use?
You spend your precious time building something that you can never really apply to a real world project. In this bootstrap course you will learn how to build a website using Bootstrap 4 step by step.
Ever read a web development book with outdated information, broken links, and code samples full of errors?
Or have to annoyingly login to a website before viewing the online course? My training will not be published and abandoned, but will be continually updated. And since the book and reference guides are hyperlinked PDF files, you can save them on your computer (no DRM) and even read offline if you need to.
A Bootstrap 4 online training course + knowledgeable community
I believe having a place to ask questions is so important when learning. I want us all to learn how to use Bootstrap 4 effectively in our projects to save time and have consistent styles in our websites. You can also get to know other designers and frontend developers in the Facebook group.
Complete a 50 question exam to test your knowledge on responsive web design and Bootstrap 4 Basics. A score of 75% will achieve certification and you will be provided a digital certification badge to add to your website or LinkedIn profile.
“It is clear and well structured. A good start for Bootstrap 4 beginners. Uwe, webworker
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.
“A helpful primer in developing responsive layouts with Bootstrap 4. Dan Joseph, Software Engineer
Current version: v4.0.0-beta
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“The book uses metaphor's throughout to help make technical concepts clear and easier to understand. Max, Web Developer
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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.
Compared to other Bootstrap books and courses my training does not teach what is already in the official documentation. It fills in the gaps and teaches you the overall landscape of responsive web design. I believe understanding these fundamental concepts will improve your design and save you precious time gathering scattered knowledge from other sources. If you are able to get a new job or save 1-2 hours of your billable time... how much is that worth to you?
If the price is a stretch due to international exchange rates, email me to try and work something out. My goal is to help you learn.
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. :)