Create responsive Websites with ‘Bootstrap Studio’ – #Startup


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Drag & drop – your Website is ready. Sounds like a pipe dream? Well, Bootstrap Studio, a new desktop app, ties it all in neatly with its custom-built CSS framework. You can build your super responsive Website, using its intuitive application. This new startup uses Bootstrap framework, a popular approach for standardizing how style is done for both, desktop & mobile Websites.

Not having to worry about writing miles of code, & yet creating a feature-rich Site is possible within the Bootstrap Studio framework. Customization elements like columns, headings, rows, etc, are all within the purview of this application, the developers claim. Basic elements like div, span & section can be used to create any kind of design, for folks with varying skill levels.

Bootstrap is a popular, open source framework for styling a Website. It’s the most popular HTML, CSS, & JS framework in the world for building responsive, mobile-first projects on the Web. Designers can create a bespoke Online library of frequently used design elements like headers & navigation menus. It works on Windows, Linux & OSX, & for a 1-time price, you get a free year of updates & the Bootstrap application which is yours to use on up to 3 computers. The mighty Preview feature allows you to check your design in different browsers & devices with any changes you make, reflected immediately.

The idea behind Bootstrap itself was 1st floated by a Twitter developer in 2010, in an open source framework. Since then it has developed exponentially with inputs from a core group of developers and other sources. This August, the Edmond, Oklahoma based company marked the 4th year of existence by developing the Bootstrap 4 version. The latest version has some significant changes which include an improved grid system & sparkling new customization options.

 

 

– This post is merely a startup profile based on publicly available information & not a review. –
 
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