Bootstrap is one of the more powerful tools that one can use to fully exploit their potential. While bootstrap it is immensely useful, you can use several plugins and extensions to make it even more powerful.
There are many resources that you can research in order to find the most useful extensions, but there is not always enough time. We understand that you are usually loaded with work and no matter how much you would like to make things easier for you, you just cannot spare a minute for extensive research. Of course, Bootstrap in itself sometimes lacks a few capabilities which is another reason you find yourself looking for further extensions.
This is exactly what this particular post is about. We have compiled together a list of 50 Free Bootstrap Resources, Tools, and Designs. We scoured the internet to come up with these and therefore, hope that you will find them useful. Let us know what you think in the comments below and enjoy the read. We hope we could help.
This is a very useful calendar offering full view, including year, month, week and days. It is based on Twitter templates.
Drunken Parrot is a retina-ready flat UI kit with complete Bootstrap components in PSD and HTML format, having extra features included as well.
If you are looking for a plugin to display a carousel into a modal box spanning across the entire screen, this is your tool.
If you are a fan of Microsoft metro themed buttons, this is the library for you to use.
You can create fancy looking alert boxes with this tool. It will override your normal browser alert.
If you are not perfectly happy with the way your check boxes and radio buttons look, you can replace them with better looking ones using this tool.
This tool will integrate perfectly with Twitter bootstrap and it is another color picker based on jQuery.
You can use this perfectly flawless combobox plugin perfectly compatible with Twitter bootstrap.
You can use this tool to create datepickers which are pleasing to the aesthetic sense.
Most useful if you are looking to build a stats page or something similar. This tool will allow you to pick a range of different dates as the name suggests.
An interesting way to set time. You will have an actual clock with hands where you will choose your current time. Looks aesthetically pleasing.
You can use this tool to create complex forms that are table based or otherwise.
This tool is based on jQuery. It is a simple validation box where a user confirms something.
If you are looking to give some style to your data tables, you can use this JS bootstrap which is very aptly named.
This is a plugin for a more attractive navigation along table inputs.
This is a JS plugin for Twitter bootstrap. It will provide you with more attractive and awesome looking confirmation boxes.
This is a file upload widget. You can upload multiple files, and it also supports drag and drop.
This is an extension to the blueimp gallery. This extension is touch enabled, responsive and you can customize the image and video gallery to your tastes.
Use this tool to edit in-place with Twitter Bootstrap, and jQuery.
If you are looking to draw grid columns to a twitter bootstrap, use this tool.
This is a small plugin that allows for magnification. Of course, magnification will only be as good as the resolution you are trying to blow up.
You can use this plugin for markdown editing.
This will expand the default Modal class in Bootstrap. This will allow responsiveness as well.
You can use this plugin to modify the Twitter bootstrap model. It will allow for any height modal and full-page scroll.
Create a menu easily using this tool. It works with Twitter bootstrap.
You can use this tool to create a context menu for Twitter bootstrap.
If you are looking to create dynamic pagination with bootstrap, look no further. This tool will help you achieve that.
This is another pagination plugin which you can use to create a tabbed look.
Loads of different social media buttons available in different sizes, for you to play with.
This is a select decorator component. Note that this is something quite important which is originally missing from the Twitter bootstrap.
This is a multi-select operation. It comes in handy when you have loads of different options to choose from, under one category.
This is a suggestion box. We know most of you will find this annoying, but it actually is quite handy and efficient.
This is a jQuery plugin. It will extend Twitter bootstrap to include tagging functionality.
This is a plugin you can use to create Table of Contents.
You can use this to crate elegant taggable fields with keyboard support and copy/paste.
Use this plugin to transform tabs into an accordion and, it also works the other way around.
You can use this to collapse tabs into smaller screens.
This is your basic tree-view which is very easy to use. It is quite handy for navigation.
This is another plugin you can use to create a tree-view structure.
If you are new to Boostrap, you can use this tool to take a tour. It works as popups.