Added by on December 4, 2013

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If you open Visual Studio 2013 and click File > New Project > ASP.NET MVC, you will notice that Twitter Bootstrap is now built in to the program. In this video, Ben Cull walks us through what that means, how it impacts your development experience and how to get the most out of Twitter Bootstrap & ASP.NET MVC to produce functional and visually pleasing solutions.

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1. How many segments make up the width of the grid system?

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2. What class would I apply to a textbox to make sure it is styled properly?

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3. What class would I use to offset a medium design by two segments?

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About the speaker(s)

SSW Solution Architect, Ben Cull builds web applications that are lightning fast and dressed to impress. Having such a strong background in C# and SQL Server also allows him to create complex systems that run behind the scenes. In his spare time you'll find him having a cold beer and tinkering with the latest technologies. He is currently building some Windows Phone and Windows 8 applications. Ben is the Co-Founder of TBODA, a group of 4 QUT graduates who create cool new web apps for fun. Specialties:Web Development, Websites, Web Applications, Software as a Service

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  • Thanks for the great video Ben! This is a great intro to Bootstrap, and I’ll definitely be encouraging devs new to MVC to check it out.