Hey! Is it worth spending time learning Bootstrap to make it responsive for mobile design? Doesn’t make sense to me when I just learned flexbox, grid, and media query. Isn’t that alone enough to make my webpage and mobile app responsive? Please, explain because this is confusing. I want to save as much study time as possible.
Personally, I wouldn’t worry about Bootstrap right now. You’ll get a better idea of how responsiveness works if you do it yourself instead of relying on a framework. If someday you needed to use Bootstrap I’m sure it would not take you long to pick it up if you have a solid of understanding of how to make your page responsive using “vanilla” CSS.
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