[thelist] mobile expectation

Chris Dorer cdorer at gmail.com
Thu Nov 3 08:51:35 CDT 2011

For mobile development start reading up on Adaptive Web Design and
Responsive Web Design.

the '320 And Up' framework provides you ease to develop for different
screen sizes.  One key feature of it, is that it loads only the bare
minimum js, css, and other includes it needs based on the screen size

While the 320 and up is not for everyone, it does help the web developer
understand that concept of developing for the mobile scene.  Basically for
every screen size, there needs to be a story line of what the user
experiences.  Obviously, the desktop user experiences MUCH more than a
screen width of 320pixels wide.

I hope this helps.

On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 5:17 PM, Luther, Ron <Ron.Luther at hp.com> wrote:

> Bob Meetin asked:
> >>What about youtube videos or other flash (and maybe other format)
> videos?  Is there anything to be wary of?
> Hi Bob,
> Haven't done extensive testing yet, but no issues for me so far.  It's
> handled the "4 Chord Song" by Axis of Awesome on YouTube.  (Very funny
> btw.)  I've also used it to show one of the grandkids a 'will it blend'
> video off the Blentec site.
> One of my pre-purchase use cases was wanting a device that would play all
> of the "How to play song x on guitar" videos available on youtube.  [There
> are a bunch of these.]  I thought it would be fun to jam with, but I
> haven't gotten around to them yet.  I'm still wasting most of my time
> reading manga on-line ... but some day ...
> HTH,
> RonL.
> I haven't tried Hulu or any of the other on-line video sources on it ...
> yet.  And I haven't downloaded any video files onto it for offline playback
> yet either.  Eventually I will fool with it more.  It's still pretty new.
>  (I haven't even overclocked it yet!)
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