Alas, it’s all jQuery stuff, which is fine if you aren’t already using MooTools (really, if you just want Bootstrap and nothing else, use jQuery). But if you’re hooked on MooTools and want to use Bootstrap 2.0, I’m apparently still the only game in town.
So what’s new in MooTools Bootstrap? Mostly just support for all the breaking changes in Bootstrap 2.0. If you’ve already got a project running Bootstrap, you don’t need to upgrade unless you want some of the new features there (like the flexible layouts for mobile and whatnot.
Updating for Bootstrap 2.0
- All the “*.Twipsy” files are now “*.Tooltip” to reflect the change in Bootstrap
- Numerous conventions changed in Bootstrap 2.0. In particular things like tabs, tables, and dropdowns now prefix their component name to all their classes (table-striped instead of zebra-striped, “btn btn-primary” instead of “btn primary”)
- Added support for drop down lists in tabs