Scott has over 15 years of experience in commercial software
development and is a frequent speaker at national conferences,
and local user groups. Scott is a Microsoft MVP and has authored
books on several Microsoft technologies, including ASP.NET, C#,
and Windows Workflow.
Layout with Bootstrap ( Silence ) Scott Allen: Hi. This is Scott Allen. And this module will look at lay-out with Bootstrap. We'll see how it achieved designs like single-column layout. The two-column layout. And how to use fluid layouts. But were going to start by looking at some of the theory behind Bootstrap's layout system. Because understanding why Bootstrap layout works the way it does will go a long way towards understanding how to use Bootstrap. But not only Bootstrap a little bit of theory will help you understand other CSS frameworks and web design in general.
Everyday Bootstrap Scott: Hi. This is Scott Allen, and this module is going to look at the features of Bootstrap that you'll use every day. These are the features that style buttons and forms and take care of typography and tables. This module's going to move quickly to show you all the styles and options that are available, so let's get started.
Bootstrap Components Scott Allen: Hi, this is Scott Allen. In this module we'll look at Bootstrap components. Components are those pieces of the UI that are often interactive. They're things the user will click on to get somewhere or perform an action. We'll be looking at navigation bars, dropdown menus, tabs, pills and alerts; and more. We'll start with the basic dropdown menu. (Silence)