Article: The Pros and Cons of Responsive Web Design vs. Mobile Website vs. Native App
A few things I learned about Responsive Web Design are:
- It’s responsive and adaptable to any device
- That although it may not be an ultimate solution in situations, it certainly is a very powerful tool for our society.
- It’s pros out way it’s cons
A few things I learned about Mobile Website are:
- It is designed specifically for mobile devices
- Content is fast-loading, accessible and easy to read
- It isn’t universally compatible with other devices such as the Responsive Web Design
A few things I learned about Native App are:
- A lot of examples I could think of after reading this was that Android/Microsoft and Apple have Native Apps. I have been a user of both types of operating systems and it would frustrate me because one seemed to have something the other didn’t. Native Apps are not common among all devices
- These apps include flexible features such as click-to-call buttons, camera, GPS, etc.
- Developing a native app is the most expensive solution
The twitter app is a go-to app for me, and I enjoy the layout. It is easy to use.
Article: Introduction to CSS Media Queries
A few things I learned about Media Queries are:
- It specifically deals with the height, width, resolution and orientation of the device.
- You can link them to different style sheets and test them on multiple devices.
- It is also a powerful tool for society
Article: Responsive Web Design
A few things I learned about Responsive Web Design was basically a repeat of the article read earlier, but some new points I picked up on were:
- It’s got a flexible foundation with designs, images, motion and creativity
- Responsive web design is just growing every day. Competition is among the creative technological world we live in.
- It is constantly moving forward