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How to develop a webpage with Bootstrap

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Hello,

My question is: How Can I develop a page using all the fancy components from Bootstrap? Is there any tool with live preview?

Many years ago (web 1.0) I used to use Dreamweaver to create the HTML and basic CSS, but now which tools can I use to basically drag and drop?

Thanks,
Paul
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You can still use dreamweaver.  Bootstrap is nothing more then css and javascript.  

When you start getting into responsive sites (using media queries) and hidden div's (modals) it is not going to be true wysiwyg.  With modern web development, I would start getting used to coding in the, "code view" or with just a very good text editor.  I use sublime text 2.
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There really isn't an all-in-one editor that will allow you to do that kind of development with Bootstrap.  However, because bootstrap is highly template-dependent, any editor that allows you to save and insert code snippets will go a long way towards providing a simplified learning experience.
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