In May 2010 Ethan Marcotte (@beep) wrote the seminal article, Responsive Web Design. At first I took a dim view of the piece. Most of my mobile experience at the time was in developing mobile-optimized experiences that relied on browser-detection & serving separate templates. Honestly, it worked for me as a, primarily, server-side dev and it worked well. To me, responsive web design seemed like a front-end solution that didn’t take into account many of the issues facing mobile developers… apart from screen width that is.
This tutorial will teach you the basics of RESS (Responsive Design + Server Side Components) and how you can build a responsive page that works well on small screens with the help of server side technologies...
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