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This will prevent an issue that you will run into if you attempt to
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`release-it-lerna-changelog` version is 2.4.0.

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An ember-cli addon for using Bootstrap 3 or 4 in Ember applications.

The addon includes the Bootstrap CSS (or Sass, Less) in your project (can be disabled). On top of that, it provides a set of native Ember components (no use of Bootstrap JavaScript!).

See for full documentation.


In your application's directory:

ember install ember-bootstrap

This will install Bootstrap 4 and will use the currently installed preprocessor or none if one is not installed. To switch Bootstrap version or preprocessor, see the setup documentation.


Ember Bootstrap works and is fully tested with

  • Ember.js 3.16+ (including all optional features)
  • Ember CLI 3.15+
  • Bootstrap 3 and 4
  • all modern evergreen browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge) and IE 11 (the latter requires the use of the Babel polyfill).
  • FastBoot 1.0+
  • Embroider: we strive (and test) for maximum compatibility with Embroider, including the most aggressive setting (staticComponents) for tree shaking and code splitting. However as Embroider itself is still considered beta software, we won't be able to guarantee that for the time being.

This project follows Semantic Versioning.


See CHANGELOG for the list of all changes.

If you want to keep up to date with ember-bootstrap, you may want to follow me on Twitter.

Author and collaborators


See the Contributing guide for details.


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Copyright and license

Code and documentation copyright 2020 kaliber5 and contributors. Code released under the MIT license.

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