Twitter Bootstrap Ecosystem Continues to Grow
Bootstrap Hero recently launched a list of over 200 resources for Twitter Bootstrap. The article catalogs a wide range of UI widgets, from accordions and address pickers to pagination tools and a more powerful modal window. However, it also includes a range of other resources showing just how comprehensive the ecosystem is becoming.
Finally there are even a range of mockup tools like Twitter Bootstrap for OmniGraffle for designing wireframes that will be easy to implement using Twitter Bootstrap.
Twitter Boostrap was originally developed by two Twitter employees - Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton - as a “living styleguide” for Twitter’s internal web applications. It was first released as an open source project in August of 2011. A substantially revised 2.0 version was launched in January of this year with much better support for responsive design. In just sixteen months it has gone from initial public launch to being the most popular project on GitHub with over 41,000 watchers and 10,000 forks.
update to the list
Tom Gilb & Kai Gilb Jan 26, 2015