Updated Oct 9, 2020 · 1 min read

What is Bootstrap?

Bootstrap is the most popular CSS framework for building responsive and mobile-first websites. It includes CSS-based and JavaScript-based templates for forms, buttons, and other interface components, enabling developers to easily add class to HTML for formatting. The newest version of the framework is Bootstrap 4, which supports all major browsers except Internet Explorer 9.

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