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Complete Bootstrap: Responsive Web Development with Bootstrap 4 by Ian Whitley, David Cochran, Bass Jobsen, Matt Lambert

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Chapter 6. Extending Bootstrap with JavaScript Plugins

In this chapter, we're going to dive deeper into Bootstrap components by learning how to extend the framework using JavaScript plugins. You may remember that back in the first chapter we included bootstrap.min.js in our template. This file contains a number of JavaScript components that come with Bootstrap. In this chapter, we'll go over how to use some of these components, including: Modals, Tooltips, Popovers, Collapse, and Carousel. Let's get right to it by learning how to create a Modal in Bootstrap 4.

Coding a Modal dialog

Modals go by a number of different names; you may also know them as dialogs, popups, overlays, or alerts. In the case of Bootstrap, this component is referred to as a ...

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