215 CANCELLED - BYOD: Rapidly Develop Your First App with Bootstrap Studio
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Wednesday, October 23
Bootstrap Studio is a fantastic tool that allows rapid development and prototyping of your applications and web content. Built on top of the well-known Bootstrap framework, Bootstrap Studio comes with many built-in components that you can drag-and-drop to assemble responsive HTML5 code for your hybrid app. Bootstrap Studio has many ready-to-use templates, allows real-time preview for different device configurations, and exports clean, semantic HTML5.
In this hands-on session, you’ll learn how leverage Bootstrap Studio to rapidly develop responsive HTML5 apps that look great across various browsers and mobile devices. We’ll explore the implications for responsive design, and you’ll learn some key basics around multi-column layout, HTML classes, divs, and containers. You’ll leave with a solid foundation to begin your development process.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create responsive applications using Bootstrap Studio
- What responsive design means
- The basics of multi-column layout
- About HTML classes, divs, and containers
- How to quickly develop responsive content
HTML5, Bootstrap framework, browsers, mobile, responsive layout
Participant technology requirements:
Participants should bring a laptop with internet connection, loaded with Bootstrap Studio. Participants can use the free "Run Browser Demo" on the Bootstrap Studio website (https://bootstrapstudio.io/) to experiment with the tool without having to download the app or purchase the affordable lifetime license.
Founder and Technologist
Michael Sheyahshe, a founder and technologist at aNm, has a vast breadth of experience in information technology, eLearning, and innovation spanning two decades and several industries. His extensive career encompasses design and development of various eLearning and training content, specializing in animation, simulations, and interactive content. Michael is an expert in numerous 3-D software tools, game engines, programming languages, mobile devices, platforms, and coding frameworks. He holds two bachelor of arts degrees from the University of Oklahoma in film and Native American studies, and a master of fine arts degree in 3-D modeling from the Academy of Art University.