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Responsive web design – Tweakers-rwd under the microscope
It has now been over a year since Tweakers 7, the current website, saw the light. For the development of this rather radical transformation of the scope of the project had to be narrowly defined. This was some functionality that we had initially envisioned unfortunately left out. On the other hand we could put online Tweakers 7 this time and then, as befits a modern scrum team, the agile provide additional functionality. In the past year, there is also considerable tinkering to Tweakers 7 to make it as functional and tight as possible, and to feel in a familiar environment. Tweaker both the old and the new visitor welcome
All that time were, however, two major changes take place. Both the mobile website and smartphone apps lagged behind the major changes with, but after Tweakers 7 were introduced. Not only was the layout of an update, also in terms of functionality, letting the current apps and the mobile website to be desired. This problem has not gone unnoticed and was also many users an eyesore. For this reason, we have worked hard for an alternative to both the apps and the mobile web site, in the form of a responsive design. In recent months
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Meanwhile, many are already accustomed to responsive design. However, this is not without a struggle and we have therefore often wondered whether we are in the right direction insloegen by us to pay. Responsive web design In this article we want to background the pros and cons of using responsive web design to share with you, but also the obstacles that Tweakers against it ran in applying responsive to an already existing website.Viewing:-276
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