• Wednesday , 11 October 2017

Bootstrap’s Grid System – DIY Twitter Clone #5.2

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Today we will be learning about responsive grid, panels and containers. We will implement the aforementioned in our Ruby on Rails Twitter clone, in particular we will build the front end for the “home” and “profile” pages. After this tutorial, your “home” and “profile” pages will look near identical to Twitter’s own!

Download this project’s files at: http://www.devfactor.io

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In this video, we will learn about containers, responsive grid, panels and how to integrate all of the aforementioned into a Ruby on Rails web application! We will be using Bootstrap to style the “home” and “profile” pages for our Twitter clone – resulting in a look that is near identical to Twitter’s look and feel!

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6 Comments

  1. Caleb LaFeve
    September 26, 2017 at 10:54

    Haven't watched all the tutorials yet, but thank you so much for putting this together. I've been looking forever on how to do something like this. 😊

  2. Sandra Hogan
    September 26, 2017 at 10:54

    These tutorials are great!! Love it! Quick question…when adding the 'trends' section…if I just copy and past the 'about' section and change it to 'trends'…that panel lines up correctly right under 'stats'…but if I add the <div class="row"> to that new section, the 2nd row ends up being slightly out of alignment to the left. Will everything somehow end up being wonky if I leave out that row <div> later on?

  3. cohiba8
    September 26, 2017 at 10:54

    this is exactly what i've been looking for ages. amazing! you dont go neither too fast nor too slow. thanks a lot

  4. Richard Boseley
    September 26, 2017 at 10:54

    These are very informative – looking forward to the next tutorial.

  5. Today
    September 26, 2017 at 10:54

    Lol this is awesome.

  6. DevFactor
    September 26, 2017 at 10:54

    This tutorial about concludes the work we will be doing on the front-end for a few episodes. The front-end is primed to be populated with dynamic content now, and it's about time we move on to implementing user authentication! 

    This means episode 6 will be coming out soon, and episode 6 will bring with it everything you need to know to have the right foundations in place for ANY TYPE of social site! 

    From that point on, we will just be adding Twitter-specific features, polishing, bug-fixing, and working on deployment/automation!

    #rubyonrails   #programming

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