Why doesn’t Twitter use their own Bootstrap? [closed]

Why doesn’t Twitter use their own Bootstrap? [closed]

I took a look at the Twitter CSS and it’s completely diferent from the Twitter Bootstrap CSS. It doesn’t use Bootstrap’s grid system, and it isn’t responsive.
Do they have anything in common other than the developers?


Solution 1:

My answer at Quora:

Internally, we use it in a lot of applications. On Twitter.com, you
can find bits and pieces in our dropdown menus, forms, and buttons.

Solution 2:

I think bootstrap is just a side project of two developers that work for Twitter. It doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with twitter itself.


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