GUnet’s open e-class is an e-learning platform written in PHP. It is used by most of the universities in Greece and my university as well.
So, my Windows 10 app written for learning purposes needed to communicate with the e-class to show some information about the user. The user would log in, see information about the courses, in which he/she is enrolled, and logout. This process was implemented inside the app at that time.
Recently, I had to work with the default ASP.NET Core MVC template, which uses Twitter bootstrap v3.3.7. I decided that it would be nice to upgrade and make use of all the amazing stuff v4.x.x brings to us!
I wanted to gather the main changes, we shall apply at the default template to integrate bootstrap v4 in our project. I searched over the internet, but I wasn’t able to find clear steps of how to do that. Therefore, here comes a small article, about this migration.🎉🎉