Framework: Bootstrap

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Re: Framework: Bootstrap

Postby WilliamBaxter » Sat Jun 22, 2019 4:10 pm

pmk65 wrote:
richinri wrote:You can't claim to have a website builder today without it.

''Bootstrap has nothing to do with the editor. It's just a 3rd-party library you can use if you are too lazy to code your own CSS framework. ;)
There's several other frameworks available, so why should WeBuilder target Bootstrap specifically?

Personally I don't much like Bootstrap as It is bloated, and contains a lot of features I rarely use.
It's good for writing things like Wordpress Themes, where the end user usually don't have the skills to modify code.


Yes right Bootstrap has nothing to do with the editor. Even I believe it's a 3rd party library.
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Re: Framework: Bootstrap

Postby PhillipMartin » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:02 pm

Aivars wrote:I looked at the framework support we have right now and the problem is that currently frameworks can support things like PHP, JavaScript functions but not class names, i.e. when the underlying system was written nobody assumed this would be needed someday. So until CSS support is added to frameworking, Agoc Travel this will have to wait.
Btw, I'm wondering if adding bootstrap folder to Library Path of the project would do the same thing?
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Yes it supports Javascript, PHP functions and it is good. Yes I am also waiting for the CSS support because it would be better and much more comfortable.
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Re: Framework: Bootstrap

Postby KennethBarrow » Fri Aug 30, 2019 1:35 pm

WilliamBaxter wrote:
pmk65 wrote:
richinri wrote:You can't claim to have a website builder today without it.

''Bootstrap has nothing to do with the editor. It's just a 3rd-party library you can use if you are too lazy to code your own CSS framework. ;)
There's several other frameworks available, so why should WeBuilder target Bootstrap specifically?

Personally I don't much like Bootstrap as It is bloated, and contains a lot of features I rarely use.
It's good for writing things like Wordpress Themes, where the end user usually don't have the skills to modify code.


Yes right Bootstrap has nothing to do with the editor. Even I believe it's a 3rd party library.

Yes, I also believe it is a third party application.
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