We are happy to announce that new opportunities are coming in responsive front-end web development. The most popular front-end framework — Bootstrap — was released on May 5, 2021, in a new version with a bunch of powerful improvements. In this post, our development team is exploring what’s new in Bootstrap 5 and how it can help us create even more visually appealing and feature-rich mobile-first interfaces in less time.
Bootstrap: the best front-end toolkit
Indeed, Bootstrap contains everything for more efficient development — Sass variables, robust JS plugins, responsive grid system, and more. Among the features loved most by developers are ready-made, reusable, and highly customizable design templates, also known as components, to compose websites with. These may be dropdowns, accordions, progress bars, alerts, buttons, button groups, responsive embeds, cards, badges, breadcrumbs, carousels, and so many more.
The framework also offers its own library of SVG icons designed to work in the best ways together with Bootstrap components.