There are several ways developers can set up Bootstrap to include in their web development projects. We can install and set up Bootstrap in a project in the following ways:
Content delivery networks, or CDNs, are code files hosted on the web that we can include in our project. CDN provide high performance by distributing the service spatially relative to end-users.
To use this approach, one simply has to find a CDN for Bootstrap and include the code in the HTML head element.
Bootstrap can also be installed in a project by downloading source files of Bootstrap from the internet.
We can do this by downloading the latest version of Bootstrap from the official website. The downloaded file comes in the form of a .zip file, so we have to extract it before use.
Then, we decide and choose a project which we wish to integrate Bootstrap into.
Then, we move the unzipped Bootstrap folder into our project folder.
By using a text editor, we open the HTML file in our project folder and link the local copy of Bootstrap in the head element.
Another way to install Bootstrap into a project is by using a package manager. Package managers are software tools that automate the process of installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing computer programs in a consistent manner.
There are many package managers to choose from, but in this article, we will be illustrating with
We can easily and quickly install the Bootstrap framework with the
npm package by simply typing in the following command.
npm install bootstrap
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