Bootstrap is hard to customize and rather bulky; when you enclude the entire library on your page, rarely are you utilizing all of the parts. Luckily, with the help of StealJS, we can load just the needed parts within a DoneJS application ON DEMAND and NON-DESTRUCTIVELY. You know how difficult it can be if you've tried to accomplish this in the past with old versions of Bootstrap within a framework of your choice. Well, if you're willing to adopt DoneJS (or at least the module loader StealJS), you'll be off to the races with a lightweight app that loads just the bare minmium of needed CSS and JS.
This guide will be broken into parts:
- Installing DoneJS
- Generating a new DoneJS project
- Installing Boostrap v4
- Installing Tether
- Generating a new DoneJS component
- Editing the