I love Bootstrap. No matter which web frontend framework I try, I always end up returning to it.
There’s a lot of things I like about it:
- Safe defaults; including a nice grid where you can lay your content and be sure it looks good in every device.
- Mobile-friendly and cross-browser; your app will look exactly the same no matter where you look at it.
- Easily themable; just customize a few SCSS variables here and there, rebuild the CSS, and you can have dramatically different look & feels.
- Great documentation; not perfect, but it’s damn close to perfect. It’s well organized and easy to follow. The examples are relevant and it’s very easy to have a Bootstrap project up and running in almost no time.
Bootstrap is boring technology and I like that.