Bootstrap is a collection of tools and resources that offers fast and easy front-end web development mechanism. It’s one of the most popular frameworks used to develop responsive sites. Bootstrap has a big library of plugins, components and tools to edit your site’s UI easily. In this post, I’ll tell you about 5 Bootstrap UI editors.
Jetstrap is a 100% web-based Bootstrap editing tool for developing applications and prototypes rapidly. You can utilize its powerful drag-and-drop features to design a site’s front end. After signing up to the service, you will get a dashboard with a collection of built-in components like buttons, image attachments, pagination, forms and many more. Just drag and drop whichever you need and then customize. You can also see the output with a single click on its ‘Test’ button.
Price: Packages start from $16 per month and go up to $99 per month.
Layoutit is another UI editor that offers three base templates to start with. Select a sample template from there and edit that with drag-and-drop components. You can check preview in the middle of editing. Finally download the work as a .zip file which contains the directory structure, LESS, CSS and JS. It also provides an option to get the .html file only.
Price: Packages start from free and go up to $19 per month.
Bootui is a standalone desktop tool to edit and design Bootstrap templates. The software can be used offline which is available for Windows and Mac computers. A GNU/Linux version of the app is in the pipeline. Its a visual editor where you wouldn’t need to deal with HTML, CSS coding. Just double-click on the target element, edit and save. You will get lots of ready-made responsive templates to customize. On-demand templates are also available for those who purchases the app.
Price: Free trial and $49.95 – $100 to buy the software.
I hope you will find this post useful in Bootstrap development. More interesting stuffs are coming in future. See you. Thanks for reading.