I just finished another talk about “RESS – Responsive Web Design + Serverside Components” at #DDayConf in Helsinki.
If you are on a flash enabled device, you can check it out at the Prezi site.
If not, you can look at the slides at Slideshare:
People, I’m sorry. I know we do not need another post about responsive images, but I got inspired to try another responsive images approach after reading the article “Responsive Images: How they Almost Worked and What We Need” by Mat Marquis on A List Apart. My approach is to use the proposed <picture> tag and implement it using server side components.
I recently wrote about responsive embeds and how you can scale video and iframes to fit on a responsive website. I have now done tests on some mobile devices, and the results are pretty good for the responsive embed technique; but not so good for the content inside of the embed…
Comparing Server side device detection and Feature detection is like comparing a hammer to a screwdriver. You can probably get a nail in a wall with a screwdriver and you can probably get a screw in a wall with a hammer. In this post I will try and explain by example how you should use device detection together with feature detection and that they are not to sides of the same coin.
Continue reading Device detection vs. Feature detection
My slides from my presentation at the Scandinavian Web Developer Conference 2011 is now up on Slideshare: