How to install the bootstrap 5 beta in Ubuntu (Linux) using terminal ?

How to install the bootstrap in ubuntu(Linux) using a terminal?

Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end development framework for the creation of websites and web apps. The Bootstrap framework is built on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (JS) to facilitate the development of responsive, mobile-first sites and apps. There are four various versions of bootstrap i.e. listed below:-

  • bootstrap 2
  • bootstrap 3
  • bootstrap 4
  • bootstrap 5 beta

how to install

Installation of Bootstrap

Install Bootstrap’s source Sass and JavaScript files via npm, Composer, or Meteor.

Open the terminal using the shortcut key

(Ctrl+Shift+T)

and use the following terminal command

$   apt-get install npm 

 

In order to install Bootstrap using NPM, simply run the following command:

 $  npm install bootstrap

Millions of websites and applications are currently using Bootstrap. It is a lightweight tool and hardly consumes any worth mentioning amount of your system resources. If you are a mobile app developer and haven’t tried it yet, go ahead and try it out, hopefully, you will not be disappointed.

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