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  • Top 8 Major Changes in Latest Bootstrap 4 Alpha Version for Web Designers

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    Hello Readers! Currently alpha version of Bootstrap 4 has been released on 19 August 2015 with some major changes. Moving from bootstrap 3 to bootstrap 4 , some components are changed and some are improved and only few have been dropped.


    Some of the remarkable changes are :-

    1. Bootstrap 4 follows Sass.

    2.It has Newly added Improved grid system.

    3. It supports Opt-in flexbox.

    4. New component Card is introduced & thumbnails and panels are dropped.

    5. Pixels uses rems and ems instead of px, where to make responsive typography and part measuring even easier .

    6. Improved auto-placement of tooltips and popovers.

    7. In bootstrap 4 many classes like new utility classes, Custom form controls, margin and padding classes have also been added.

    8.Each javascript plugin has been changed to exploit the most current JavaScript upgrades.


    Here, following is the list of some of the components :-


    Bootstrap 4 causes lot of changes to most components, including tables, forms, grids, dropdowns, navbars, and more.

    In Tables:- It supports Inverse Tables, Table Head Styles, also .table-prefix has been added for its contextual classes,Bootstrap 4 also added .responsive-table to the actual <table>element.

    In Forms :- .form-horizontal class has been dropped to display horizontal forms, Forms require the .row class when using grids, Use .form-control-lg and .form-control-sm to increase or decrease the size of an input control, uses the .form-text class to display help text.

    In Grids :- uses 5 tier drid system (xs, sm, md, lg, xl), Uses offset-*-* classes to offset columns. For example, offset-md-4.

    In Dropdowns :- Dropdowns can be built with <ul> or <div> , Apply .dropdown header to <h1>-<h2>tags (as Bootstrap no longer uses <li> tags to build dropdowns).


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