Chapter 1, Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC and Bootstrap, focuses on getting started
with Bootstrap, from where to get the files, how to include them in your project, and
takes a closer look at the default ASP.NET MVC project template. We'll also look at
the benefits of bundling and minification of CSS and JavaScript.
Chapter 2, Using Bootstrap CSS and HTML Elements, examines the various Bootstrap
CSS and HTML elements, how to include them in your ASP.NET MVC project,
and how to configure and use their various options.
Chapter 3, Using Bootstrap Components, will be building on what we've learned
in Chapter 2, Using Bootstrap CSS and HTML Elements. This chapter scrutinizes
the different components such as navigation, alerts, progress bars, button groups,
and badges.
Chapter 4, Using Bootstrap JavaScript Plugins, illustrates the use of Bootstrap's
JavaScript plugins. We will be experimenting with modal dialogs, contextual
dropdowns, tooltips, buttons, and UI components such as accordion and carousel.
Chapter 5, Creating ASP.NET MVC Bootstrap Helpers, guides you through the process
of reducing the amount of HTML needed to generate Bootstrap elements by creating
ASP.NET MVC helper methods and classes.
Chapter 6, Creating T4 Templates to Scaffold Bootstrap Views, moves on to the more
advanced topic of creating T4 templates in order to generate Bootstrap-themed
scaffolded views.
Chapter 7, Converting a Bootstrap HTML Template into a Usable ASP.NET MVC Project,
shows how we can convert an open source HTML template and make it ready to be
used with ASP.NET MVC.
Chapter 8, Using the jQuery DataTables Plugin with Bootstrap, demonstrates how to use
the powerful jQuery DataTables plugin with Bootstrap and ASP.NET in order to
show tabular data.
Chapter 9, Making Things Easier with the TwitterBootstrapMVC Library, examines the
TwitterBootstrapMVC library, which contains a host of prebuilt HTML helpers to
make the inclusion of Bootstrap components in ASP.NET MVC easier.

0 comments:

 
Top