Need a free and open source tool for creating quick and easy Bootstrap 3 components? So...I made that.
Bootstrapr is designed for...
Coders: You already write HTML and perhaps use the Bootstrap 3 libraries, and - want to rapidly build and customize Bootstrap components for full-featured, Bootstrap-enabled mobile-friendly websites.
The code-friendly: You’re at least rooouughly familiar with the basics of HTML, perhaps less familiar if at all with Bootstrap. Still, you’d love to to add powerful, easily-customizable Bootstrap components to any of the many 3rd-party applications built on Bootstrap, such as Canvas, Moodle, Sakai, LibGuides, etc. — especially if you didn’t have to write any code?
Accordions, Alerts, Blockquotes, Buttons, Carousels, Clickable Checklists, Code Wells, Columns, Font Awesome Icons, Glyphicons Icons, Images, Image Grids, Jumbotrons, Labels, Lists, Media Lists, Modals, Panels, Popovers, Symbols, Tables, Tabs and Pills, Video, Whole Pages
Best part is it’s free and open source (MIT). Use the tool on the gh-pages frontend (bit.ly/bootstrapr) or download it and adapt it to your purposes.