Peter Ekene Eze
Aug 21, 2020 ⋅ 6 min read

Trying out the new Bootstrap 5 with React

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5 Replies to "Trying out the new Bootstrap 5 with React"

  1. How do I use it without Sass?

    do I use it like boostrap-react where I have to for example use a button I use

    import Button from ‘bootstrap’

    in the component js file?

  2. I installed Bootstrap 5 on react App but there is a problem on navigation, dropdown menu.
    It doesn’t work even I added js file to my project.
    I would be appreciated if you help me

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