Twitter.Bootstrap.MVC4– new release 1.0.71

To learn more about the Package read these blog posts:

Some interesting stats for the project. It has gotten a bunch of attention on the interwebs. The package has over 2,500 downloads, we have had 20 pull request(contributions) from github users. I am excited to see a number of active developers using the package from around the world. I would also like to thank the Codebetter Teamcity team for updating to the latest version of the build server, so I can add the build status icon directly to the readme page, which makes it easier for anyone using our trunk builds.

Here is the updated readme from the site


This is the nuget package for quickly adding Twitter Bootstrap to an ASP.Net MVC 4 application.

See the overview blog post for screen shots and features. This is a User Interface project that does not require a specific data access or architecture for you MVC applications. The author has some opinions but those are kept in another project that builds on top of this UI package.


  • JS and CSS bundling/minification of Twitter Bootstrap files the MVC4 way
  • Incorporate a jQuery validation fix to work with the bootstrap javascript
  • Razor Layout templates using Twitter Bootstrap markup.
  • Menus using Navigation Routes, including submenus and hiding menus by context(logged in vs anonymous)
  • Runtime Scaffolding – default Index, Edit and Detail views.. You provide the POCOs and we will render the CRUDviews.
  • Post Redirect Getsupport using the Bootstrap Alert styles.
  • A Sample to show how to use all of this stuff

Things we are working on:

  • MVC code templates to generate new views from the mvc add view / add controller dialogs
  • Strongly typed Html Helpers to render bootstrap concepts like icons


To view a working sample, install the twitter.bootstrap.mvc4.sample.

> Install-Package twitter.bootstrap.mvc4 > Install-Package twitter.bootstrap.mvc4.sample > Install-Package twitter.bootstrap.mvc4.templates //for MVC Code Templates..(still a work in progress) 
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