I have been using Twitter Bootstrap lately due to its appearance and simplicity in creating basic pages and complex layouts. I wanted the use Dojo to develop a recent project but I felt that Dijit would be too much for my needs so I decided to use Bootstrap again. The problem here is that Bootstrap uses jQuery for its Javascript components and I didn’t want to load Dojo, jQuery and the Bootstrap plugin.

My solution: build an implementation of Twitter Bootstrap using the Dojo Toolkit. Dojo Bootstrap  is a port of the Twitter Bootstrap plugins. It uses 100% Dojo code and has support for AMD.


I have created a new dedicated website for the Dojo Bootstrap project.