If you’re in the web development world, you’ve probably been hearing about Twitter Bootstrap, a new HTML/CSS framework that takes some of the tedium out of setting up a web application. Instead of worrying about creating basic styles for forms, layouts, tables, etc., you can just jump in and start coding your application.
For me, it’s an absolutely fantastic resource. I’m rubbish at designing the small details for an application. I know how I want things to be laid out, function, etc., but when it comes to making a button that looks nice or making form inputs look just right, I start to struggle. Bootstrap solves this issue for me, and allows me to do what I do best: program.