Responsive Web

Web Design approach that tries to handle variety of user hardware (esp Mobile) (screen size, speed, support for JavaScript, etc.) gracefully.

A site layout example that adapts to browser viewport width was first demonstrated by CameronAdams in 2004.[37] By 2008, a number of related terms such as "flexible", "liquid",[38] "fluid", and "elastic" were being used to describe layouts. CSS-3 media queries were almost ready for prime time in late 2008/early 2009.[39] Ethan Marcotte coined the term responsive web design [40] (RWD)—and defined it to mean fluid grid/ flexible images/ media queries—in a May 2010 article in A List Apart.[1] He described the theory and practice of responsive web design in his brief 2011 book titled Responsive Web Design. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Responsive_web_design

Using BootStrap CSS

A key requirement to be a Progressive Web App.


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