Readers would be pleased to know that I have teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a Giveaway of their new book – Extending Bootstrap

Three lucky winners stand a chance to win 3 digital copies of this book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Winners.

Book Overview

  • Create your first Bootstrap project
  • Customize your project with themes through CSS
  • Use Bootstrap with LESS
  • Build a custom build with Grunt.js
  • Customize and extend JavaScript plugins
  • Utilize third- party plugins such as Lightbox, Notify.js, and so on

How to Enter?

All you need to do is head on over to the book page and look through the product description of the book and drop a line via the comments below this post to let us know what interests you the most about this book. It’s that simple.

Winners will get an e-copy of the Book.

Deadline

The contest will close on 23rd June, 2014. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

 

34 Responses to Win Free Copies of the new book – Extending Bootstrap

  1. brian says:

    Customizing the grid, would like to know more about this.

  2. Mike says:

    Interested in the whole book but I have some Bootstrap experience so the sections on custom plugins ans creating your own theme are especially intriguing.

  3. jlango says:

    I am most interested in customizing Bootstrap plugins

  4. Compiling Your Styles with Grunt & Custom Bootstrap Plugins

  5. Mark Shen says:

    I am very interested the new book. Thanks

  6. Corey D says:

    Looks good. Most interested in LESS and GRUNT

  7. Corb Razvan says:

    I am interested in LESS and Grunt.js alongside the plug-in customization.

  8. huitzilop says:

    I’m intrigued about less with grunt. Never knew you could use those together.

  9. Would like to know how to extend Bootstrap to create new Themes

  10. NekoMe says:

    Need to make a lot of websites using bootstrap and javascript. Information like this can always be of good use.

  11. I was reading about Grunt just before finding this, would like to see it in use here.

  12. Paul says:

    I’ve never used Bootstrap before, but I’ve got a project in mind where I’d like to, so the whole thing would likely be valuable to me.

  13. Charles says:

    I’m interested best practices in project architecture and organization when extending bootstrap.

  14. Jack Saat says:

    Customize and extend JavaScript plugins is the most interesting part for me!

  15. Jakub says:

    Extending Bootstrap plugins, sounds interesting!

  16. Andy B says:

    I’m quite new to frontend website development but I’ve been playing around with bootstrap a lot recently. It’s been a fun journey, and I look forward to learning more. I’d like the book so I can learn more about customising it.

  17. I am very interested in customizing Bootstrap plugins

  18. panbhatt says:

    It will be fitting reply to the needs of the developer who dint want to go in the individual details, but wants to get himself associated with the technology,workflow, including the details of the tools that fit rightly in the environment like GRUNT and some other third party plugins, that can make the ecosystem a little better to understand.
    Waiting eagerly.

  19. Kevin says:

    Using less to extend CSS classes

  20. Daniel Garcia says:

    Using LESS and Grunt.

  21. tonnevillec says:

    Would like to know how to extend Bootstrap to create new Themes

  22. zargus says:

    Yii with bootstrap would have been nice…

  23. Gabi J says:

    Everything in this book looks interesting, but the parts on adapting existing plugins and creating your own are the most attractive to me.

  24. Dan Wolfe says:

    Compiling your styles with grunt looks like a nice topic to dive into.

  25. Dave says:

    Huge fan of Bootstrap, but new to Less, so I feel like I’m never quite getting the most out of the framework. So, very interested to learn about Less with Bootstrap’s CSS.

  26. Vladimir says:

    Plugins topic is very interesting for me

  27. Stefan says:

    Customize Bootstrap and learn more about LESS and Grunt

  28. This book looks great! It specifically interests me because of topics like custom themes and using grunt.js to build custom builds.

  29. Jeroen says:

    As a Drupal developer with not as much theming skills, Bootstrap is a great way to get some solid design/theme-base for my sites. Extending it looks even more promising

  30. Peter Parker says:

    The book looks very informative at first sight. I’m using Bootstrap until 2.3 and there’s still so much to learn, especially for LESS, plugins and themes.

  31. Dave Smylie says:

    Interested in seeing if this book can take me from using stock/standard (and somewhat boring) bootstrap designs to the point where I can create the more interesting (and attractive) designs that I know bootstrap is capable of =)

  32. Paulo Goes says:

    Customization is essential but I’d rather analyze it to know where and when it can be 100% useful in some of my projects.

  33. Marco Ortiz says:

    I’ll like to learn how to improve the default bootstrap design in coldbox templates.

  34. Anuj Gakhar says:

    Hi all, thanks a lot for your comments. The contest is now closed and winners will be contacted via email for their free ebook.

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