How to arrange proper connection of the individual Bootstrap components 4 (not to tighten too much)?

Tried to connect I found individual components of the bootstrap 4.0.0 alpha through Galp and Sass: files pulled, along with Popper ( required for dropdown menu), but not working.
Easy connection for CDN only what you need works.
Also interested in the topic of backup pull the files if they are not tightened at the CDN (I did some reading on the topic, but perhaps you can tell me\show something more sensible).
And finally: if you have any tips (link to good advice) on competent work with Bootstrap would be awesome.
March 19th 20 at 08:24
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March 19th 20 at 08:26
The advice for you - get away from bootstrap thinking, very soon there will come the era of grid and not to goggle eye and then with questions of how? For what and why? Useite it now in full.
From bootstrap grid, there is one significant drawback - you are always limited by twelve columns col in row, row, grid, on the contrary, gives complete freedom of action, at least 1920 columns by 1px navigate, the number will be limited only by the resolution of viewport device-specific
As for bootstrap component - your soul is relaxed for the pieces of borrowed code? Even if it was written fairly sensible group of third-party developers - all raunak OEM Assembly in all of this - third-party) the Buzz - you get it. And then, the slider and NK only they have a fairly small-and not only he, as soon as necessary deviations from the prescribed css declarations to specific kompanent/item - you are experiencing a limitation dictated by the same Declaration. Want components - make your library of anything-buttons / custom radio, range, checkbox, select, and so on from small to large more or less independent units
you are always limited by twelve columns col row row,

Incorrect statement.
First, the bootstrap can be assembled with any parameters.
Second, using mixins, I can cut all sorts of columns:

@include make-col-ready(10px); // gutter of 10 pixels
@include make-col(1, 5); // one fifth (one column of five in a row)
- Erin_Crist31 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:29
@Erin_Crist31, we are Talking about the initial state of a technology without special stages and saw, I don't have anything against, he himself was typeset bootstrap more than a dozen projects. But Grid took precedence!) - myrtie87 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:32
@myrtie87, this is the initial state.
npm i bootstrap
@import node_modules/bootstrap.scss
and drove..

Where is the DOP? - Erin_Crist31 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:35
@Erin_Crist31, need to install node.js the npm package, directives, and only then drove...
Grid:
.grid {
display: grid;
grid-template-columns: repeat(100, minmax(320px, 1fr));
}

the shortest path to achieve grid-row template structure + with responsive behavior immediately, do you hear the difference? And no classes in the html ( .container-fluid, .row, col-sm-n, col-xl-n2 ) and the like...
Felt the difference right? - myrtie87 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:38
@Erin_Crist31, or are you an ardent Nestorovic fresh technology? - myrtie87 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:41
@myrtie87,
need to install node.js the npm package directives

It is a necessity in a modern frontend. So I think that all that the developer is already there.

or are you an ardent Nestorovic fresh technology?

I don't restrict yourself to the latest technology =) - Erin_Crist31 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:44
And then, the slider and NK only they have a fairly small-and not only he, as soon as necessary deviations from the prescribed css declarations to specific kompanent/item - you are experiencing a limitation dictated by the same Declaration.

Here you are right. I merely pointed out the inaccuracy of one statement. Dispute about anything.

Want components - make your library of anything-buttons / custom radio, range, checkbox, select, and so on from small to large more or less independent units

And will have a "bootstrap". - Erin_Crist31 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:47
@Erin_Crist31, and Your heart closer as they say) - myrtie87 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:50
Thanks for the discussion guys, informative. - Grayce14 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:53
@Grayce14, happy to try!) - myrtie87 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:56

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