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Introduction to Bootstrap

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Rithm School

500 Sansome Street

#300

San Francisco, CA 94111

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Bootstrap, an open source front-end framework, is one of the most popular front-end frameworks for building responsive websites. Bootstrap is currently in use on over 30,000 sites across the web and allows designers and developers of all skill levels to build responsive websites quickly.

We will learn about how to incorporate the latest version of Bootstrap (version 4) into your next project, build a small Bootstrap-based website from scratch using the responsive grid system, and see some most frequently used classes in action.

This event will cover:

• Incorporating Bootstrap into an HTML document
• Working with Bootstrap's responsive grid system
• Exploring Bootstrap's core classes and components
• If we have time: incorporating jQuery with Bootstrap, including modal windows, dropdowns and tabs

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
• Your laptop and charger
• Modern web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NEEDED
• Good knowledge of HTML & CSS

NOTE: We will not be writing JavaScript in this class.

Important Information:

  • Please sign up to reserve your seat. If you do not do this, we cannot guarantee you a spot! Thank you in advance :)

  • Doors open @ 6:15pm. Lecture will start around 6:30pm. Come early, get signed in, head up the 3rd floor (suite 300) grab a good seat and shmooze for a bit.

  • Bring your laptop! The workshop will be a combination of lecturing and programming.

  • If you want to sharpen your skills or review a few programming topics before the meetup, go ahead and use Rithm's Free Online Courses to prepare .

If you have any questions or concerns prior to this meetup, please reach out to the Rithm Team by emailing info@rithmschool.com.

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