Hello everyone,

I wanted to share with you a useful resource. There are many frameworks that help to create responsive and flexible web apps.

According to me, Bootstrap 5 is the best framework as it offers many features such as experimental support for CSS Grid and offcanvas in the navbar. Also, a new placeholders component, horizontal collapse support, and many more.

As we all know, it is an open-source framework that offers responsive structure and styles for building new projects and websites.

Here, in Today's rant, I am sharing some useful Bootstrap Practice projects that will help you to learn and sharpen your skills as a developer.


You can check the above blog for more detailed info.


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    Don’t forget to learn actual css before relying too heavily on bootstrap. I know so many developers (including a front end tech lead) that can’t handle some of the simplest concepts of css because all they know is bootstrap
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    Bootstrap stopped being relevant at v3, v4 was a major breaker for backwards compatibly and v5 ... well I havent had a reason to touch it

    Tailwind is like the plague of what not to do, all those classes, you may as well write the css yourself anyway and not destroy the dom.
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    @theKarlisK I think I've seen to many tables this week to agree with you, rebuilding legacy emails is pain!
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    @C0D4 Well, same reason people prefer high level languages over ASM

    It might be bad, slower or dangerous, but as soon as they enhance productivity, it's an agreeable trade-off for most devs
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    Thanks for your inputs, As a beginner level I am trying my hands on React.

    But I'll keep your suggestions.

    Thanks again!
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