Reactstrap has a dependency on Bootstrap, which as GP mentioned - uses jQuery.
But I'm not sure including react in order to get rid of jQuery is a win haha.
It's also still very good for quickly mocking up user interfaces, especially ones for boring stuff like admin panels where you don't want to be stuck focusing on the UI rather than the actual functionality.
Finally, it provides a nice sort of built in style guide for a project you're not used to yet. If a site uses Bootstrap, well you know immediately what classes you need to use for components, what blocks of HTML are needed where, etc, and you can much more easily teach that to a new developer too.
So while its usage for grids is certainly on the decline, it's not dead just yet.
No. It doesn't make sense. Bootstrap has turned into a utility library. What I do is import the SCSS utilities and make my own stylesheet based on boostrap. I usually include the form styles, disable animations, and then use the grid utilities to make more meaningful grids. It's a great foundation for building out your own framework.
Not to mention it's one of the only frameworks I've seen that actually gives a shit about accessibility.
Even with Bootstrap 4 being based off of Flexbox, there's still lots of convenience classes that people just want to have.
Is there a vue lib addon where jQuery is replaced with Vue functionality?
I'm using laravel 5.6, which comes with Vue and Bootstrap 4. If I get to a point where my own code isn't using jQuery (very close). I'd like to eliminate that download all together.
Bootstrap components implemented in Vue 2, the range of components is limited but I used what I needed and could forgo adding jQuery
Oh well. I'll keep looking.
Maybe next year, I'll roll up my sleeves and give it a go myself.
Maybe try to see if this is complete enough to work.
Over time, all the answers became about Bootstrap 3 and it quickly became difficult to find help about Bootstrap 2.
For various reasons, not everyone is going to have the latest and greatest browser nor is it guaranteed that those browsers will 100% support all the newest features.
Same as it ever was.