the Twitter Bootstrap design pattern as documented here http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/#
Bootstrap widgets are available by default. Just click on 'Add Widgets' and scroll down to the bottom of the dialog, where you'll find Bootstrap.
We're thinking of mocking things up for a web app project for which we intend to use Bootstrap, and this would be useful to us as well.
But do you want to have just a widget library with the components of Twitter Bootstrap or you want to generate actual Bootstrap code?
I definitely would appreciate a widget library, including the sprites / glyphs that they include, as well as a way to work with the 12-column layout. Even better would be bootstrap UI / CSS / HTML code that would reduce the amount of work for a developer... or at least specification documents that translate to Bootstrap's fundamentals.
We've made a Twitter Bootstrab widget library. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
I've downloaded it and dropped in a few items - this looks great so far - it's a nice boost to what I need to do to communicate with my team. Thanks for responding to this request and making it happen. More feedback to come...
The twitter bootstrap library is available here:
You can see a preview of the components that is composed by here:
Can I only install widgets on the paid version? Or, can I install them on the Free version?
You can install widgets only in the paid version.
This is a great job getting a lot of the bootstrap components mimicked. It would be nice if functions worked. For example, any navigation components don't work and you have to do the interactions.
I also find it HIGHLY annoying not to be able to change cursor style on a mouserover event.
Thanks for the feedback!
Does anyone have a sample template? The responsive template I found in the help pages,
does not do some basic responsive actions like changing the menu tabs to a menu button with drop down.
I am trying out justinmind for the purpose of creating a bootstrap wireframe.
I was hoping to find a responsive bootstrap prototype as it has been 2 years
since smith.hill posted this question. I was only able to find the single template that
he found with the same unresponsive menu issues.
Tried a JIM search for bootstrap template and get this:
Its time to move on.
We don't have a bootstrap example, but you can download the widget library here: https://www.justinmind.com/widgets
yes thankfully I downloaded the trial.. I now need to figure out the installing widget part,,
Here you can find how to import a widget library: http://justinmind.com/prototyper/lear...
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