Twitter's Bootstrap toolkit hits 2.0

When Twitter unveiled Bootstrap in August, the industry responded positively to its ability to give you a head-start with any website's layout. A few months later, when we wrote about toolkits in issue 222 of .net magazine, developers were raving about Twitter's toolkit, using it for prototypes and in-development sites, since Bootstrap gives you good-looking designs from the off.

Today, Bootstrap takes a big step, with the launch of 2.0. We asked Twitter about the revamp, and were sent responses from Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton. According to the pair, the team "decided to treat Bootstrap 2 as a completely new framework, to overhaul our documentation, rewrite nearly every component, and add some new features based on community feedback".

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