The View: Twitter Bootstrap – Beyond the Basics

Part 2 of my View articles on Twitter Bootstrap is now available. (Subscription required).

Once you’ve started using Twitter Bootstrap with your XPages applications, you can create a grid, use some Bootstrap classes, or even use some features via JavaScript or attributes. (For an introduction to using Twitter Bootstrap, see Part 1 of this series, Twitter Bootstrap: Getting Started. What else can you do with Bootstrap? A better question may be, “What can’t you do with Bootstrap?” This article takes you beyond the basics of Bootstrap and demonstrates how to leverage glyphicons, customization themes, and plugins. It also provides resources to further explore all that you can accomplish with Bootstrap and XPages.