Introduction to Bootstrap

Bootstrap is an open source framework which was developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton in August 2011 on GitHub. It is one of the most popular HTML, CSS and JavaScript based framework to develop mobile first responsive websites. It includes HTML and CSS based design templates for typography, buttons, forms, tables any many others.

Why use Bootstrap?
Easy to use: Since bootstrap is an open source, it can be used by anybody who has the basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.
Responsive feature: Bootstrap has the feature of fixed width and full width container responsive design to adjust for phones, tablets and desktops.
Mobile first approach: With Bootstrap 3 and above, mobile first approach are the part of core framework.
Browser Compatibility: It is compatible with all modern browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer

How to get Bootstrap?
There are two major ways to use bootstrap in your upcoming projects.
1. Download Bootstrap from its official website
2. Include Bootstrap from a CDN

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