Today we will be learning about responsive grid, panels and containers. We will implement the aforementioned in our Ruby on Rails Twitter clone, in particular we will build the front end for the “home” and “profile” pages. After this tutorial, your “home” and “profile” pages will look near identical to Twitter’s own!
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In this video, we will learn about containers, responsive grid, panels and how to integrate all of the aforementioned into a Ruby on Rails web application! We will be using Bootstrap to style the “home” and “profile” pages for our Twitter clone – resulting in a look that is near identical to Twitter’s look and feel!
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