Session 1: Responsive Layouts

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Presented by: Chris Love This session shows you how to create a responsive web layout that will work on screens from smartphones to large screen televisions and serve as the web application’s layout foundation. I will review how to use some basic CSS and media queries to apply specific layout rules as the application is rendered on different screens. I will also review many of the conceptual issues a developer needs to recognize that differentiate a modern web layout from classic, ...

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The expectation for the way we need to architect web applications has changed in recent years. The advances that browsers have made to support HTML5, CSS3, and lightning-fast JavaScript provide developers with a rich canvas to create some really amazing applications with less work than what's typically needed with classic web development.

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