Reviewing JavaScript changes


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Reviewing JavaScript changes

Bootstrap uses a lot of JavaScript dependent components, and just like with regular components, there's not a lot of changes, especially in the JavaScript part. On occasion, you do see a few adjustments, but it's really just to the HTML. Classes will sometimes change names, elements might get a little bit more encapsulated, but overall the coding stays pretty similar. So let's take a look at a couple of examples so you can see the way things have changed. One of the most common used features in Bootstrap is the modal and that has changed just a little bit, so if you look at the code now and you look at the code from before, it's a little more wordy now.

Before you would just create a div with a class of modal, and inside that you would create a div with a class of modal header, modal body, and modal footer. Now, if you look at the code now, you can see that it's grown a little bit. You still have the div with the class of modal, and you still have the header, the body and the fo...

Reviewing JavaScript changes
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Reviewing JavaScript changes provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Ray Villalobos as part of the Bootstrap 3: New Features and Migration

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