bootstrap

  • Tilda is the web design tool for the rest of us

    Tilda is the web design tool for the rest of us

    If you’re a maker, a hustler, a shaker, or a serial entrepreneur you probably make a lot of websites. There are a number of tools you can use including Bootstrap (please stop using Bootstrap), Squarespace, and a few cool WordPress plugins. Now there’s also Tilda. Tilda is basically an easy-to-use responsive page builder that costs $15 a month for a standard landing page. Nikita… Read More

  • Bootstrap 3 Goes Mobile-First, Now Reportedly Powers 1% Of The Web

    Bootstrap 3 Goes Mobile-First, Now Reportedly Powers 1% Of The Web

    The team behind Bootstrap, the immensely popular grid-based, front-end framework for web development, launched the first release candidate of Bootstrap 3 includes over the weekend. Besides a tweaked look and a couple of new features (and also the removal of a few others), the most important change in this update is that Bootstrap, just like its close competitor Foundation, is now mobile first… Read More

  • Microsoft Adds Bootstrap Support To Visual Studio 2013

    Microsoft Adds Bootstrap Support To Visual Studio 2013

    At its Build developer conference today, Microsoft announced that it has added support for Bootstrap, the popular framework for responsive websites that was launched out of Twitter in 2011. Visual Studio 2013’s project templates will use Bootstrap by default when you want to build a web app in Microsoft’s ASP.NET now. If you were already tired of seeing too many Bootstrap-based… Read More