The advantage of using Bootstrap templates is that you can integrate them with any back-end languages and frameworks, such as Laravel, Express Node.js, ASP.NET, and many more.
Additionally, you can also use these Bootstrap templates with front-end technologies like React, Vue, or Angular.
By default, high-quality templates are well documented, meaning that you will get a quick start guide on how to set up and work with the downloaded or purchased templates. For example, here at Themesberg, we have every template well documented starting with how to get started to each and every component and plugin explained.
Here are a few examples of our templates and documentation:
Volt Bootstrap 5 Dashboard
Volt is a free and open-source Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard featuring over 100 components, 11 example pages, and 3 plugins with Vanilla JS.
Pixel Bootstrap 5 UI Kit
Pixel Pro is a premium Bootstrap 5 UI Kit without jQuery featuring over 1000 components, 50+ sections, and 35 example pages including a fully-fledged user dashboard.
So as you can see Bootstrap templates in general although they use the same CSS Framework, can be quite different based on the development environment. It is essential that the templates are well documented and that good and premium support is offered for the premium templates.
Bootstrap themes and templates
If you are in search of some awesome Bootstrap templates and themes you can check out some of the free and premium templates that we’ve been working on here at Themesberg for the last few years.
The templates can save you a lot of time and money and provide you with professionally designed interfaces that can bring your project to the next level. Most templates use a Gulp, Sass, and BrowserSync stack to provide you with an advanced working environment.