An overview of Bootstrap, including how to download and use it, some basic templates and examples, and more.
Bootstrap v4.0.0-alpha.2 is available for download in several ways, including some of your favorite package managers. Choose from the options below to snag just what you need.
Pull in Bootstrap’s source files into nearly any project with some of the most popular package managers. No matter the package manager, Bootstrap will require a Sass compiler and Autoprefixer for a setup that matches our official compiled versions.
Heads up! Not all package managers have the v4 alpha published yet, but we should have them up shortly!
Install Bootstrap in your Node powered apps with the npm package:
require('bootstrap') will load all of Bootstrap’s jQuery plugins onto the jQuery object. The
bootstrap module itself does not export anything. You can manually load Bootstrap’s jQuery plugins individually by loading the
/js/*.js files under the package’s top-level directory.
package.json contains some additional metadata under the following keys:
sass- path to Bootstrap’s main Sass source file
style- path to Bootstrap’s non-minified CSS that’s been precompiled using the default settings (no customization)
Alternatively, if you’re not using Bundler, you can install the gem by running this command:
See the gem’s README for further details.
-Pre is required until Bootstrap v4 has a stable release.
Need only a part of Bootstrap’s CSS or JS? Use one of the custom builds to snag just what you need.