Get a Leg Up With Twitter Bootstrap

A session at Strange Loop 2012

Monday 24th September, 2012

10:00am to 10:50am (CST)

If you’re like me, you probably can sling some serious server- and client-side code … but can’t choose colors or fonts if your life depended on it. So you code up some basic ugly HTML and hope it can be made pretty later. But what if there was a way to give your application a good (and customizable) look and feel right out of the box … not just better fonts and layout, but some higher-order user interface elements including modal dialogs, alerts, dropdowns, tooltips, and more? That’s Twitter Bootstrap, a base package of CSS and JavaScript that gives your applications that instant “Web 2.0” look and feel.

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Howard M. Lewis Ship

The man behind Apache Tapestry #tapestry5 ; Currently working in #clojure and #angularjs bio from Twitter

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Time 10:00am10:50am CST

Date Mon 24th September 2012

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  • Tapestry in Action

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