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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

UPDATED: Going to Read "Twitter Bootstrap Web Development How-To"

I'm looking forward to reading a review copy of "Twitter Bootstrap Web Development How-To." I used Bootstrap once for a proof-of-concept, and now I'm going to use it "for real" with a non-profit I help out.  I have found when I need to learn something from scratch (or basically from scratch), Packt books are almost perfect...

More to follow (I will review it once I'm done.)

12/29/2012 – And now I'm done. :-)

My review of this book can be summarized with: "Boy I wish I had this when I first used Twitter's Bootstrap library." In what is a surprisingly comprehensive brief introduction to this popular tool, David Cochran assumes nothing of the reader except an interest in learning. What brevity causes it to lack in coverage is made up for by helpful pointers to online documentation. As someone who has spent over a decade and a half dabbling in web development, I consider this short work a must-have.

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