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  • fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

    I finally figured out-

    fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat. I could embed grids, charts, any control alpha has without a single script or css issue.alpha1.pngalpha4.png

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    Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

    So may we expect that your 3 months Bootstrap marathon finally ends...

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      Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

      Yes I am now good with it. I did it.

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        Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

        I think it's truly great that you've accomplished what you wanted. However... I can't ignore the fact that your posting title sounds like every other false marketing statement being thrown about these days.

        fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat
        Within 1 hour flat... after spending how many hours, days, months trying to understand it. The time you spent posting alone is far beyond 1 hour. The time and effort put forth by those responding is, again, far beyond 1 hour.

        And, without being knee-deep it in for months, try to duplicate your 1 hour success 2 months from now.

        1 hour. Sheesh. It looks great... but it ain't 1 hour.

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          Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

          Yes I agree that is an exaggeration. It's taken the full five minutes for me to complete my project....next year or maybe the year after.
          Last edited by frankbicknell; 06-02-2017, 07:03 PM.
          Win 10 64 Development, Win 7 64 WAS 11-1, 2, Win 10 64 AA-1,2, MySql, dbForge Studio The Best MySQL GUI Tool IMHO. http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/

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            Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

            You are right David. Now onwards it will one hour for my next projects. One thing I would like to add is although it took 3 months I actually spent only few days exploring alpha styles. I am not fully dedicated to alpha(I work on other sharepoint/dotnet stuff as main bread and butter).
            Luckily today it was friday and I started playing around these alpha layouts and I also found super easy bootstrap theme and I found the trick.
            Alpha tool is overall great with help/videos(I am just 3 months old in alpha) and forums keep me motivated.
            Last edited by amitloh; 06-02-2017, 10:05 PM.

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              Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

              Thanks fantastic! And now I bet it seems sooo simple. That's what happens to me anyway. Care to share what you discovered?

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                Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                Yes its now simple. The trick is to use injectible content container and free form layout as shown in attached picture.
                1. get any html from bootstrap or any other cool html framework(along with css)
                2. copy paste it in free form layout container
                3. add your alpha controls(grid, map, video, list) in UX control
                4. now its sprinkling time- use injectible content container and mention the div id from bootstrap html where you want to drop your powerful alpha controls
                5. at this point you are done with your html + css + alpha functionality (make sure you give 90 to 100% width(instead of 1, 2 inch) for all controls to make them responsive
                6. now if you want to use any third party js make sure it does not conflict with alpha js files.
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                6. with this approach you have complete freedom of cool html frameworks(with branding) and then sprinkling of powerful alpha controls on top of that html.

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                  Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                  Very cool, Amit. Could you post a working sample so we can see how it all goes together?

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                    Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                    Attached are sample screenshots using bootstrap html(responsive and on browser).
                    You can download any bootstrap html(9 to 20 dollars) and start sprinkling alpha controls with div id approach(90-100% width and may be a horizontal scroll bar for large grids). I was able to add grid, maps, repeater sections with controls and charts, YouTube videos.Untitled.png
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                    Last edited by amitloh; 06-03-2017, 07:36 PM.

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                      Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                      Untitled2.png

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                        Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                        Yes... the screenshots are excellent. Could you post a UX so we can see how it all goes together? That would be great.

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                          Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                          Not sure if I can attach the source as it has some of our project html and codes but from the screenshot its very easy to build. Just use injectible container and free form layout as shown in screenshot.
                          Last edited by amitloh; 06-03-2017, 07:33 PM.

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                            Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                            Thanks... unfortunately there was no attachment. The screenshots you show are using the AdminLTE template... which is a free templte. Could your sample UX include your HTML in the free form layout? That one of the important bits to see how it's done. Thanks.

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                              Re: fully responsive bootstrap in alpha done within 1 hour flat

                              A simple example UX... using the AdminLTE template and just 1 embedded UX which contains just a few unbound controls would really help.

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