Top 7 Reasons to Use Twitter Bootstrap

By Rob Gravelle

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    A web page only needs to reference three files to use Bootstrap: jquery.min.js, bootstrap.min.js, and bootstrap.min.css. Optionally, there is also a CSS theme file called bootstrap-theme.min.css. You don’t even need to host Bootstrap yourself. Just link to the CDN-hosted (Content Delivery Network) files. CDNs can offer a performance boost by reducing loading time by hosting the Bootstrap files on multiple servers spread across the globe. That way, when a browser requests a file, it will usually be served from the server nearest to it.

It started as a Twitter blueprint, but the ability to code for multiple platforms at once that Bootstrap offers has made it the framework of choice for many web designers and developers. Using nothing more than CSS, JavaScript, and HTML, Bootstrap leads the pack for developing responsive, mobile-first websites. Here are some of the top reasons to use Bootstrap to build your web projects.

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