Why is Bootstrap one of the most loved front-end framework?

Why should I choose Bootstrap?

Why should I choose Bootstrap?

Bootstrap is one of the most popular libraries for creating websites in the world. It is actively used in tangent with other technologies. It may even be considered a sort of the industry standard nowadays.

First released in 2011, it rapidly gained popularity and continues to grow today with Bootstrap 4 released only recently. Bootstrap is the front-end development library that constrains HTML, CSS and JavaScript templates for various interface components.

But what makes it so special?

First and foremost, the idea behind it. It was developed to support both fixed and adaptive designs and the demand for the latter has never been higher.

As people all over the world are using different browsers and a range of various devices, you would need your website to look amazing on all of them — well, on the most popular ones at least. Your users won’t care if your site is “ugly-looking” and difficult to browse because they aren’t on a device your website is optimized for.

So a modern framework that would let developers create huge, high-end web projects fit into that niche perfectly. The developers of Bootstrap made it not only powerful but also rather intuitive to learn and use.

That made it really popular among developers which gave it an even bigger boost in its development. Since Bootstrap is a modular library, there are also a lot of third-party plugins available to fit almost every purpose. This makes it even more flexible.

If you are looking for a set of technologies you would like to see in the development of your website, you can confidently choose Bootstrap. You will definitely find people to get the job done for you. Additionally using Bootstrap would certainly make your site responsive. As a result, it will be available on most of the devices in the world and it won’t go out of fashion any time soon.


Content creator for Easy Dzyne, majoring in linguistics, blog writing and translation. In 2015, I discovered the world of programming languages and shortly after that started writing for technical blogs. Currently, I am learning Python and dream to work in the sphere of artificial intelligence with hopes of combining programming skills with my knowledge in linguistics.

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