Tag: responsive web
Ever since Vitaly Friedman announced that last years’ Freiburg event is to be reenacted and the speakers lineup started to form, it was clear the event would be, pun intended, smashing. The lovely city of Oxford was chosen for the venue so it was even harder to say no to such a chance to learn and meet.
Responsive web design (RWD) redefined the way we design web sites. The disruption went deep and changed both the processes and deliverables we hold dear for so long, and today in Netgen RWD is the default route we take with every new project. But, bundled with its core unifying principle of every browser getting the same HTML, some tough problems arose. One of the most discussed is the responsive images problem of providing alternate images based on device capabilities and screen sizes.
Recently, I had a project which required implementation of responsive tables. CSS basic rules are enough, usually, but in this project we had too many table heads so we needed a completely new solution.
Building a sustainable web strategy in hyper-changing environment that we have today requires using powerful content management technology.
A few thoughts on why we think eZ Publish is the right tool to choose.
Mobile devices have changed the way we consume the online content everyday. In this post (first out of two), we are proposing ways of using eZ Publish as a platform in different mobile web strategies.