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Bootstrap for ASP.NET MVC - Second Edition by Pieter van der Westhuizen

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Chapter 3. Using Bootstrap Components

Bootstrap provides over a dozen components, such as input groups, drop-down menus, navigation, alerts, and iconography. By using these components in your web application, you can offer a consistent and easy-to-use interface for your users.

Bootstrap components are essentially made by combining various existing Bootstrap elements, adding a number of unique class names, and representing a number of the common metaphors used on many websites.

In this chapter, we will cover the following topics:

  • Using the Bootstrap navigation bar
  • How to implement button groups and drop-down menus
  • Exploring the different input groups
  • Using the different Navs (navbars, pills, and so on)
  • Implementing alerts, progress bars, and badges
  • Introduction ...

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