Say No to Bootstrap (Sometimes)
Above, you see several CSS components from Bootstrap, the popular (and highly opinionated)
I bet you can build them on your own.
I bet you don't need Bootstrap at all.
Some Bootstrap users borrow pieces of it because the tooltip is nice and ready to go. Great.
But others use it as a crutch because they're soft on the front-end. But you're not.
This is a piece of cake compared to our last exercise.
You can evaluate front-end tools and take the pieces you need,
leave behind what you don't, and not be trapped doing things their way because
you don't know how to draw a button.
Buttons are easy.
I didn't do any hover effects. You could if you want to show off.
Now tell us, what do you really think?
I use Bootstrap's tooltip in production because it's nice and it works. I may even borrow
a few idea from their form code some day - they're good at forms.
Their responsive stuff, however, is a tragic mess.
But you're a professional developer. You shouldn't listen to me. You've got an Inspect Element
and a Github, you can read the code of any front-end library and evaluate it for your purposes.