Bootstrap has few totally new features, so this upgrade is more about simplifying the framework. However, there's a new grid breakpoint, revamped navigation, and cards. A few things have been changed slightly in the framework, which will affect your migration to this new version. Bootstrap 4 drops IE 8 support and introduces a new set of CSS rules that normalize the way different browsers work. There's no GlyphIcons or optional theme included.
- [Voiceover] So let's a take a quick look…at some of the new features in this new version,…as well as some of the major changes and deletions.…We'll cover these in more detail in later videos.…Bootstrap has a few totally new features,…so this upgrade is more about simplifying the framework.…Bootstrap has a default 12 column grid…that is great for laying out just about any website.…However, Bootstrap 3's smallest breakpoint…was at 768 pixels.…The new version adds an additional breakpoint at 544 pixels.…
This is going to have an impact on your layouts,…especially if you're working on migrating existing websites.…The old Bootstrap navigation was a complete mess…of overdeveloped code.…The new navigation is simple and easier to style…with a lot of common sense changes you're going to love.…The new Bootstrap adds supports for cards.…These are a really common design pattern…that allows you to group content within a box…in a small column layout.…As a result, wells, thumbs, and panels are now gone,…but you probably weren't using those anyways.…
- Installing the upgrade
- Using Reboot.css
- Using the new grid
- Working with new navigation and card components
- Understanding table and form changes