Si vous suiviez en juin 2012, vous avez surement vu passer un article sur le Responsive design que j’avais rédigé lors du Web2Day. #web2day Design Responsive pour préparer le futur. Et bien la bonne nouvelle c’est que la vidéo de la conférence est disponible.
— October 4, 2012 — Blame the Implementation, Not the Technique Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
“Responsive design is bad for performance.” “User agent detection is bad. Don’t segment the web.” “Hybrid apps don’t work as well as native apps.” “CSS preprocessors shouldn’t be used because they create bloated CSS.”
Many years ago, the web was a simpler place, in terms of design. After all, it’s quite hard to bring anything of visual beauty to your users, when your canvas is monospaced syntax-highlighted text, and nothing else.
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