I recently came across a Bootstrap 3 MVC package called TwitterBootstrapMVC that really helps you get up and running with Bootstrap much faster than some of the other options out there. No need to remember the correct HTML to use or formatting required to output a navigation bar. Using the very intuitive TwitterBootstrapMVC helpers everything is simple.
Before I begin, I have to put my hands up and confess that I have not tried every single Bootstrap nuget package out there. Life's too short for that! What I've found with this solution is that it helped me get up and running quicker than the other solutions I looked at. It might help you or you might prefer to use another package. It's your call. I'm only offering my 2 cents on my experience with this software. With that out of the way, let's dive in!
The first thing you'll probably notice is that to use the Bootstrap 3 version of this software you must purchase a license. At the moment the price is $9.99 for a developer and $29.99 for companies. As software goes, I think that's very reasonable. If you don't want to pay for the software than the great news is that you can use the Bootstrap 2 version of the software for free. Personally, I think you'd be mad to start a new project using Bootstrap 2 as this stage but at least it gives you a nice way to experiment with the software before you buy it.
To use the helps for TwitterBootstrapMVC you can use the documentation for Bootstrap2 on the official site or use the Bootstrap 3 documentation on CodeProject. Over time the author will update the official site with Bootstrap 3 documentation but for now these are your 2 best resources.
The time saved from using this plugin made the purchase a no brainer for me. It helps ensure that everyone on your team writes proper Bootstrap HTML if they use the helpers to build up the pages. Textboxes, checkboxes, submit buttons and more are all output with the correct HTML so you can get on with building that kickass app rather than fiddling around with Bootstrap HTML and CSS.