Is bootstrap industry standard in web development ? When I 1st learned bootstrap I love it. But now months later it’s features look boring to me now. Then I thought ok well nobody knows a website looks like bootstrap but developers. So mainly I’m wondering if I should not use it at all or keep it part of my tool belt ? Thoughts anyone ?
2/9/2020 9:01:40 AMGeorge
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I'd keep it in your tool belt. Unless a company is big enough to have invested in their own stylesheets, you will most likely be asked to use Bootstrap. More rarely, Material Design. Fortunately, if you have a strong foundation in CSS, you don't have to spend much effort keeping up in Bootstrap or similar tools. The stylesheets can easily be de/un-minified and troubleshooted when issues arise. (PS - Why tag: "coffee"? 😅)
Well, according to my opinion, bootstrap is great to develop a really nice website for a client. If you feel boring about it, you can use libraries like Jquery, and a lot of alternatives are available. But as 🅰🅹 - Sʀ. Sᴏғᴛᴡᴀʀᴇ Eɴɢɪɴᴇᴇʀ mentioned, CSS is great to make your website attractive. Keyframes, hover, positioning etc can be used to make your website look cool.
Every language or library features become boring after using too much but it doesn't mean that we have to stop using that even we can make more interesting by using some others tools too like CSS. That's what we have CSS which provides better look and feel and animation also.
Thanks everyone who responsed !!! I’m a new developer, self taught and on the job hunt. So i havent talked with alot of other people who are developers. Bootstrap will Definitely stay in my tool belt after listening to everyone. I’ll just use css alot more with it. and Janning i just fell in love with coffee after i started coding 🤣🤣🤣🤷🏽♂️