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Twitter Bootstrap

anyone here use twitter bootstrap to build apps.

if you want try . you can download in here twitter bootstrap


bootstrap already have some feature

- modal

- carousel

- dropdown

- accordion


nice to share

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Re: Twitter Bootstrap

How many folks are using Twitter Bootstrap as part of their web / mobile app development?


Any highlights or concerns that other developers would care about?

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Re: Twitter Bootstrap

I just starting playing with Bootstrap a couple weeks ago - probably won't use it in my mobile stuff, but handy for rapid prototyping for the web.


The look is pretty generic unless you put some time into it to customize, and even then you need to do a lot of mods to get it away from generic with a new colour scheme.

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Re: Twitter Bootstrap

for the mobile you need to make it minified version.
because it will get a big file size compare to the native.

it's good to learn about bootstrap for who you are not good in design