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Rails, Angular, Postgres, and Bootstrap by David B. Copeland

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Getting Everything Out of Bootstrap

Unlike Angular and Postgres, Bootstrap is smaller and more focused in its scope. Its documentation is a great place to find inspiration on solving common layout and design problems. One handy part of Bootstrap that we can’t easily use is the section titled “JavaScript.” This section contains more interactive components like modal dialogs and tooltips. These are invaluable tools for creating rich client-side applications, but because they’re based on JQuery, it’s difficult to use them with an Angular app. Fortunately, the Angular UI[104] project has reimplemented many of them as Angular components.

But first, let’s discuss another handy thing that comes with Bootstrap: icons.

Glyphicons

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