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History: “Originally created by a designer and a developer at Twitter, Bootstrap has become one of the most popular front-end frameworks and open source projects in the world.
Bootstrap was created at Twitter in mid-2010 by @mdo and @fat. Prior to being an open-sourced framework, Bootstrap was known as Twitter Blueprint. A few months into development, Twitter held its first Hack Week and the project exploded as developers of all skill levels jumped in without any external guidance. It served as the style guide for internal tools development at the company for over a year before its public release, and continues to do so today.
Originally released on Friday, August 19, 2011, we’ve since had over twenty releases, including two major rewrites with v2 and v3. With Bootstrap 2, we added responsive functionality to the entire framework as an optional stylesheet. Building on that with Bootstrap 3, we rewrote the library once more to make it responsive by default with a mobile first approach.”
A large-screen television designed to accommodate a very large venue, such as a sports stadium. Or jumbotron indicates a big box for calling extra attention to some special content or information. A jumbotron is displayed as a grey box with rounded corners. It also enlarges the font sizes of the text inside it. Inside a jumbotron you can put nearly any valid HTML, including other Bootstrap elements/classes.
Do they work?
Grumpy wizards make toxic brew for the evil Queen and Jack.
Summer / Fall Adobe Grades
Chromecast is a thumb-sized media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Simply use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop to cast your favorite entertainment and apps right to the big screen.
Use the Chromecast app to:
• Set up your Chromecast and connect it to your Wi-Fi network
• Set up backdrop and personalize your TV screen with art, personal photos, news and more.
• Manage your Chromecast settings (such as changing your device name, Wi-Fi password, etc.)
My bet is that Google’s stock goes up on this one. For More Information and to purchase, go to the Google Store.
For $35.00 you can plug and play this device and start streaming right away! I am Loving it…
The day is finally here!! I have been waiting patiently for Microsoft to release its New Windows 10 operating system. With the purchase of a new computer a month ago, only came frustration as it was running on … what? WINDOWS 8.1. I experienced dread and horror as flying icons popped out on my computer screen when I touched the letter “C”. Arrowing down was like riding on a roller coaster and Right Click was a thing of the past.
In reviewing the installation options and searching for what to expect with Windows 10, I found a very nice and articulate article that sums up the release and what was to come with Windows 10, written by Tom Warren of the Verge:
Windows 10 review
The future is bright
By Tom Warren on July 28, 2015 12:00 pm @tomwarren
Looking back at Windows 8, it’s easy to see where Microsoft went wrong. It was a giant bet on touch-based computing, but it made using a PC with a keyboard and mouse awkward, frustrating, and outright confusing…
Read More at The Verge:
The Future is Bright by Tom Warren