Bootstrap Grid – CSS Grids Series (Intro)


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Today we start a new series called CSS Grids. We are going to build and re-build the same layout with different grid frameworks.

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Link of the week: http://www.gridlover.net/

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45 thoughts on “Bootstrap Grid – CSS Grids Series (Intro)

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Hi , I am a bit confused about so many frameworks out there for making a website responsive. Which one would you like to recommend over the others. Or should I learn more than one.

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Hey
    I have a question it might be stupid, I'm just learning bootstrap and was wondering. Do I have to copy the css part on bootstrap cdn. Or can I use my own style.css sheet like normal ?

    Mark

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    This video was too over the top. You don't have to try so hard to be whacky. It's actually annoying. Just be yourself.

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Great videos as always! What are everyone's thoughts on Bootstrap vs Media Queries? Do you suggest being familiar with both but use one over another? Thanks!

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Hey Trav!

    <assKiss>
    I love the videos on your channel – very informative, great to follow and understand (and not to mention fun(ny), too).</assKiss>

    I've been binge-watching a lot of your tutorials (mostly at work, whoops) and enjoyed this Bootstrap framework series.

    I know you've probably had a lot of requests already, but would you be able to do a series on "Materialize CSS"? Seeing as you work for Google, I thought this might be quite appropriate. I've had a quick look into MaterializeCSS, but not had a proper chance to try it out in anger.

    I thought a series from you would be super-helpful, and hopefully useful to others.

    Thanks 🙂

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    ДУЖЕ ДОБРЕ МЕНI ЗАРАЗ, ПОIВ Я САЛА, ЗАПИВ ЙОГО МОЛОКОМ, ЧЕКАЮ КОЛИ МЕНЕ ЗIРВЕ

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Along time ago i think in one of your videos you showed a website that was called css vocabulary or something. i cant remember what it was called, do you know what i am talking about?

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    I would love to see a series on the "NKOTB" (New Kid on the Block – you know you loved them, we all did! ), anyways, it's materializecss.com. It's all based off of and created by "Google, Material Design" they just released recently. 
    Thanks Travis, love your channel I couldn't live without it. Or work?!?!?! You da man!

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Travis, I wish to start Bootstrap project. What workflow can you recommend? Jade+Sass processed by CodeKit? How I can create special folder for ftp sending onto server? I mean concatenation, minification of my development files.

    Or it is better to use some yeoman generator for it?

    Thank you for any advice!

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Hi,

    Love your YouTube channel.  Lots of great content and you're a fantastic host.  I'm hoping what I'm about to say may lead to a larger discussion.  First, my background.  I've been a software recruiter for over 20 years. During that time I've seen a lot of technology come down the pipeline and more than my share of trends.  That said, one trend I've seen is the heavy reliance on frameworks and tool sets by new developers.  This has become increasingly prevalent in the past five years.  For instance, rarely do I not come across a junior front-end developer (e.g., three years or less of experience in my book) claiming to be an 'expert' at Javascript, yet has confused  it with jQuery, or believes they are one in the same.  I say this because when I send out code exercises specifically asking for a JS solution, they send it back using jQuery.  Then I end up explaining the differences using a few examples of my own and they think I don't know what I'm talking about. LOL.   And the <div> soup today is scary.  For instance, when I send out HTML/CSS exercises, I frequently get the HTML back using some sort of grid system buried in a sea of <div> tags when I specifically asked for HTML5 using current semantic markup.  

     I guess my question is, do you see a hazard in developers getting 'too hooked' on tools that offer a lot of shortcuts to reduce development time?  Is there a danger in losing the fundamentals, not learning them at all, or even properly?  Also, at what point in a developers career would you say is the 'right' time to pick up a development tool (e.g., Bootstrap. jQuery, etc.)?

    Again, great show, and I look forward to many more videos.  Also, I know I may have hit a few hot buttons for some readers.  Please, let's keep the comments civil. 

    Regards,
    K

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Hey Travis
    Thanks for making these series. All your videos are very useful. Especially I like all the handful of links that you give in between your session. Thanks a lot and keep doing it.
    Btw, I am not seeing any follow button on your github page https://github.com/DevTips

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Hi Travis, great video can't wait to watch the series and learn bootstrap, thanks for all of your awesome vids, keep up the amazing work. BTW I would like to see Gumby.

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Please vote for Bourbon / Neat, curios to see how it stand up against the big dogs Bootstrap and foundation. Lightweight and easy to maintain…

  • February 9, 2020 at 17:10
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    Ok… Yeah… I love you man, but… Well… I had my hopes up, but don't know the other stuff you're using- I'm a beginner. I think I could follow along a lot better if the other stuff was handled as a branch…. Fantastic concept, but It's like a lesson on finding stars when I don't know how to use the telescope…

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