It was released in 2011 by Twitter as an internal development tool, later it was laid out in open access on GitHub. It has been an essential tool for web developers over the years because it is flexible and easy to work with, and has maintained a high quality standard over the years with wide browser compatibility.
In addition to being easy to use it’s also quick to learn. A basic knowledge of HTML and CSS is enough to build responsive web pages and customize them to your needs.
Bootstrat can be easily downloaded from the Official Site.
Some of Bootstrap’s great features are a fluid grid system where you can define custom breakpoints for each column and the code validation sistem. A lot of elements are available, such as navigation bars, dropdowns, progress bars, thumbnails, carousels, buttons, accordions, popups and dozens of other functionalities.
Although Bootstrap is very versatile and saves a lot of time without having to code from scratch, it may not be the best solution for beginners who would be more comfortable with a website builder or WordPress, which is a good balance between flexibility and ease of use.
Bootstrap available for free on the official site along with a very detailed documentation of every piece of code of which it consists. There are also many examples available to download and use freely, a high quality, open source icon library and a professional themes marketplace.