With the advent and popularization of tablets and smartphones in our lives, as well as the development of mobile versions of different sites there’s a need in creating a websites which will correspond to the requirements of multiple devices. The aim of creating a Responsive Web design can be achieved with the help of flexible grids, layouts, images and the use of CSS. In this post we would like to cover some tutorials, techniques and articles you might be interested in.
Responsive web design is about a lot more than the size of your screen. This talk is about about how GitHub handles links, the url bar, partial page updates, and explains why I think the HTML5 history API is the most important thing to happen to front end development since Firebug.
Andrew is the chief editor of Splashnology blog. He has many years of experience within the web design industry and has a passion for the latest web technologies.
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