s_molinari — 2013-07-15T06:30:23-04:00 — #1
Hehehe, I hope this is the right forum. I am surprised there isn't a "Webdesign for Mobile" forum as important as mobile has gotten.:) Hint, hint suggestion.;)
At any rate. This is just a general question, but if you are working with a web application framework/ platform, would you prefer to have the basis laid out simply for responsive design in the templating system, or would you rather have a supplementary mobile framework available within the platform like jQuery Mobile or Sencha Touch, so you can actually create much more compelling mobile versions of your web application/ site? I realize this goes along with how much experience you have, but let's say you are very experienced, what would you consider the better choice?
s_molinari — 2013-07-17T05:03:11-04:00 — #2
Hmm...no reply? Is my question not clear or do you need more information to answer?
andrewhopes — 2013-07-20T04:43:54-04:00 — #3
scott your question is confusing,
i can infer you are looking for a mobile version of any website.
there are 2 options
you get a completely different set of code for your website.
you pick up a jQuery which change according to screen size.
To compile my answer, at website level only css is modified to be viewed in different screen resolution.
if not done in a proper manner it may make your website slow.
s_molinari — 2013-07-20T08:22:46-04:00 — #4
Ok, let me reword it a bit.
So, never mind....:)