This article introduces Mobify.js, an Image API with a responsive image solution that automatically generates small images for small devices from a single high-resolution image and is 100% semantic and backwards-compatible.
We're going to walk through how to create an adaptive web experience that's designed mobile-first. This article and demo will go over the following:
Today, on the two year anniversary of releasing Bootstrap to the world, we're shipping Bootstrap 3.0. It's been a crazy long ride to say the least and we're stoked to finally have this out in the wild. Thanks to everyone who's tested our RCs (er, betas), reported bugs, and contributed code. We couldn't have done it without you beautiful nerds.
When Square’s front-end engineering team was building our Japanese website, we decided early on that we needed to support a wide variety of devices, and that responsive design was the right way to do that. (Who wants to support a completely separate “mobile site”?) However, we weren’t sure how we would serve every visitor the appropriate version of the gorgeous images shot by our talented photographers.