Bootstrap 4 Released

The Bootstrap team has released Bootstrap 4, a stable version of Bootstrap toolkit.

The Bootstrap team has released Bootstrap 4, a stable version of the popular open source toolkit for developing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript applications. Bootstrap 4 is released after years of research and development and six alpha & three beta releases.

In an official blog, the bootstrap team stated, 

“Since our last beta, we’ve been hard at work stabilizing a few key pieces of our CSS, polishing our documentation, adding some extra surprises, and planning for our follow-up releases. We still have some kinks to iron out, but nothing’s going to stop us from shipping a stable release.”

If you are wondering what this new version incorporates, you can go through the documentation, however, here is a sneak peek.

  • Print styles and utility classes have been updated. Print display utilities also include a whole slew of new display values to match our standard display utilities.
  • Additive border utilities have been added. Now it’s easier to quickly add all borders or a subset of borders to your components.
  • The $spacers and $sizes Sass maps have been updated to allow more customization.
  • Added documentation to the Theming docs.
  • Added responsive .order-0 and .order-last classes for more control over the flexbox grid.
  • Improvements to reusing and extending variables and general code cleanup.
  • Additionally, the Bootstrap team has removed a couple outdated examples, added brand new ones, and overhauled nearly every example.

To learn migrating to Bootstrap v4, read the migration document and for further details, do visit the Bootstrap’s GitHub page and the official release blog.

You can download the latest version of Bootstrap, i.e., Bootstrap v4 from here.

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