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Device pixel ratio – Mobile Web Development

Now, if you’re a pretty observant gadget hound like me, you may be wondering how is it that these bucket breakdowns actually work. My Nexus 7 tablet, for example, is only 800 pixels wide in the portrait orientation. This Galaxy x4 phone is actually 1080 pixels wide, in the same
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Mobile First – Mobile Web Development

This lesson and the following ones are designed to give you the tools that build designs that scale across multiple devices. And one of the first challenges with developing for the mobile web, is the display screen. The typically small display screen compared to your desktop or laptop device really
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Offline first – Mobile Web Development

We want to take, an offline first approach to building web apps, where your app can work offline by default. Don’t be fooled, into thinking offline, can be an afterthought, just because we left this lesson to the end. Offline support, in the web platform, is a very complex topic,
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BEST WEBSITES TO WATCH ANIME [2020]

hey guys today I’ll be sharing the best websites to watch for free I left all the sites in the bottom if you know a good website I haven’t mentioned feel free to share it in the comments so more people could find out about it alright so head over
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What screen sizes to use for responsive web design – Adobe Illustrator CC 2017 [09/45]

Hi, my name is Dan. In this video we’re going to be using Illustrator… to build UI and web graphics. There’s lots of free stuff here on my channel, please subscribe. Hit the little bell next to this subscribe button to get notifications. If you want more, lots is more.
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Downsides of Fixed Width – Mobile Web Development

It is true, that using effects with viewport, means that your content, is almost always going to be scaled, and not match the native resolution. And definitely, in some cases, users are going to have to zoom, to be able to see or read anything, particularly text. Since, everything, all
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Contemporary Web Design (Formerly Internet Applications & Web Development) – Durham College

Change does happen almost every day with Internet. Two years ago I was just finishing off my military career. I was an artillery soldier and I did some oversea tours. Well right off the bat they show you some of second-year work. Some of it just blows my mind what
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How to Improve Your Mobile Website Load Time

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5 Best Practices for Designing a Timeless Website

First impressions go a long way, and that applies to your website too. If it looks dated, visitors might think your site and business are behind the times. But on the other hand, if it’s too trendy, you run the risk of not being taken seriously. Ideally, your site features
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