June 11, 2012
I have been using Bootstrap from twitter for quite some time now. I love how i can easily create beautiful looking forms and other controls in such a quick time. But there comes a time when you get bored using the same thing again and again. You want to customize the form elements or the navigation bar or change the damn color scheme (you get the idea).
Bootstrap uses Less which is not that tough to customize but not for a novice by any means. It’s here that you feel the need for more out of the box recipes made specifically for bootstrap. I will list a few sites i visit when i feel the need for tweaking bootstrap -
Hope these sites are useful in your endeavor of making beautiful sites (or should i say “webapps”?).
I transitioned into web development from a business analyst role 7 years back and have never looked back.
I like the ideas behind functional programming and try to use them as much as possible in my own code. Immutability rules.
I also love looking into ways to make a developers life easier and try building tools to improve developer productivity. This i do in my free time.
Currently use reactjs and redux for writing complex frontend applications. Have decent knowledge about CSS, Haskell and elm too.
Have been getting into `react-native` of late and loving it. `react-native` might be the future of mobile development.
Know a little bit of purescript, haskell and elm. You can ask me about functors 😜.Follow me on TwitterLook at my open source work on github