What is your favorite front-end framework?1:20 with Nick Pettit
Nick is asked about his favorite front-end framework. Nick suggests using Bootstrap because it's well rounded and battle-tested.
[Treehouse Teacher Q & A] 0:01 Do you have a favorite front end framework and if so, which one is it? 0:05 A favorite front end framework. >>Yes. >>It's a tongue twister. 0:11 Right now I'm a pretty big fan of Twitter Bootstrap. 0:18 I think it's kind of a great all around framework and it's from a really big company 0:21 so we know that it's probably pretty well-designed professional code. 0:27 It's pretty battle-tested. It's been through couple of iterations now so it's had time to mature. 0:32 And it just kind of has everything you need. It depends on the scope of the project too. 0:39 If you're just doing like some really simple HTML and CSSing and you kind of 0:47 just want to kick something out the door really quick that people can look at, 0:52 you might want to use something simple like the HTML5 Boilerplate 0:56 from Paul Irish and friends. 1:00 But I'm--I don't know--I'm kind of a big fan of Twitter Bootstrap right now. 1:02 It just--like I said, it just has everything you need, just go ahead and put together 1:07 a site really quickly and then add your own custom styling to it. 1:11 [Question: What is your favorite front end framework] 1:14 [Treehouse Teacher Q & A] 1:16
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