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Twitter Bootstrap

Twitter Bootstrap

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About Twitter Bootstrap

Twitter Bootstrap, initially known as Twitter Blueprint, was created by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at Twitter to establish consistency across the company's internal tools. It emerged as a response to the challenges posed by using multiple libraries for interface development, which resulted in inconsistencies and high maintenance efforts. After a few months of development, Bootstrap gained traction during Twitter's Hack Week, where many developers contributed to the project. On August 19, 2011, it was rebranded as Bootstrap and released as an open-source initiative.It's important to note that Bootstrap is not a company and is independent of Twitter. This widely adopted framework simplifies web development by offering a set of pre-designed, responsive HTML, CSS, and JavaScript components, enabling developers to create modern and consistent websites and applications effortlessly. Its comprehensive features include a responsive grid system, typography, forms, navigation bars, buttons, and various other elements, making it a favorite choice for web developers aiming to deliver elegant and mobile-friendly user experiences.

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  • Track the number of installments
  • Create a lead list with websites

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