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Learning Web Development with Bootstrap and AngularJS by Stephen Radford

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Installing AngularJS and Bootstrap

Installing both of our frameworks is as simple as including a CSS or JavaScript file on our page. We can do this via a content delivery network (CDN) like Google Code or MaxCDN, but we're going to fetch the files manually for now. Let's take a look at what steps you should be aware of when including AngularJS and Bootstrap in your project.

Installing Bootstrap

Head to http://getbootstrap.com and hit the Download Bootstrap button. This will give you a zip of the latest version of Bootstrap that includes CSS, fonts, and JavaScript files. Previous versions of Bootstrap included an images directory but Version 3 brings the change to icon fonts.

For our app, we're only interested in one file at the moment: bootstrap.min.css ...

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