What is Bootstrap in Web Development
In web development, bootstrap is one of the main front-end frameworks. Bootstrap is one the most popular responsive front end framework built on top of the jQuery library.
It means the content is displayed properly on a variety of devices of different screen sizes – i,e. if the content of a website is displayed properly on a mobile, PC, tablet, or any other device; independent of the device screen size then it is called a responsive website.
The front end means the visual side of the website. i.e. when a user visits a website; what he/she sees at the front or what is visible to the user, at first sight, is called the front end of the website.
Responsive front-end framework
- Generally, the framework is a collection of prebuilt resources working together to perform
- Bootstrap is a collection of prebuilt resources (CSS files, JS files, font files, etc), meant to design a responsive visual side of the website or a responsive front end of the website or simply a responsive website.
Examples of more front-end frameworks are: – UIkit, Semantic-UI, Material Ul, jQueryUI, Skeleton, Milligram, etc