MOBILE-RESPONSIVE DESIGN & MOBILE WEB DEVELOPMENT
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Responsive Web Design addresses the ever-changing landscape of mobile devices, Web browsers, monitor screen sizes and orientations by creating flexible, fluid and adaptive Web sites. Instead of worrying about modern needs for a desktop Web version, along with a mobile version, the idea is to make life easy for yourself and have one Website that works on desktops and every single mobile device in the world. In plain language, It’s not a single piece of technology, but rather, a set of techniques and ideas that form a whole. What is responsive design exactly? What problem does responsive web design solve? Computers aren’t the only piece of hardware with a web browser anymore. The iPhone was one of the first mobile devices to feature a really great web browser, and it put the spotlight on upgrading the experience of the mobile web. Many other devices followed suit and the user experience of the mobile web improved.
The changing trends of web browsers meant that user expectations also changed; users expected to be able to browse the web on their phones just as easily as they browse the web on a desktop computer. In response to this the web design community started creating mobile versions of their websites. In hindsight, this wasn’t really the way forward, but at the time it seemed like a reasonable idea. Every website would have their normal ‘desktop’ version of their site, and as a bonus, a ‘mobile’ version. Technology keeps changing, so not long after the smartphone hardware market had been revolutionized, other form factors surged in popularity. In addition to phones and personal computers, devices like touchscreen tablets and small notebook computers started appearing everywhere.
There are 3 important technical features are part of responsive Web design:
1. Media queries and media query listeners
2. Flexible grid-based layout using relative size
3. Flexible images & media, via CSS dynamic resizing