Bootstrap is a very well known Web Development framework created by Twitter. It is now widely used in the industry by many Web Design and Development professionals.

Bootstrap helps developers save time and produce web pages faster by providing ready-made tools that can be easily used. For example, it provides you with components such as buttons, panels, navigation bars that can be easily used, usually with a single line of code.

Bootstrap uses several technologies, such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript and provides developers with the ability to easily style pages and also to easily change the styles / look and feel with the least of effort. A Bootstrap theme can be applied to a page and this page will instantly change to the new theme.

Bootstrap is the most popular framework of it’s kind at the moment and it is used extensively in the world of Web Design and Development. But it does not only provide easy to use code, it also launched a new type of look and feel. It is usually very easy to identify a site made with Bootstrap. Parallax animation, vertical scrolling, distinctive navigation bars and colorful buttons all give out the Bootstrap identity. Bootstrap has also launched a fashion of it’s own !

But is there any benefit to the users or owners of the website? Helping the Developer is good, but how does that reach the users and owners?

A Bootstrap site is very trendy, and the owners of the web site will benefit from it’s very modern look, as it projects a very professional image.

Also, if a company hires developers to create or update a web site, if they use Bootstrap then they will be able to deliver more in an shorter time. Bootstrap accelerates development time and developers can charge less for the same work, bringing a tangible cost benefit to their customer.