Why I'm Using Bootstrap In 2020
I recently needed to redevelop our agency’s website. We moved from Drupal to Jekyll in an effort to keep things simple. However, we didn’t end up changing the design much. The original design was totally custom, which meant it was up to me to create a typography system, layout system, as well as style any and all elements and components that could exist. As a web developer I’m used to this, but often overlook the complexity and redundancy involved in making the same decisions over and over again. Because of this, I decided to reach for Bootstrap, which has matured a lot in this newest release. Below are several reasons why I will continue to use Bootstrap in 2020.