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Optimize User Experience for Mobile Devices and Browsers

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Rory Smith
32m
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3 years ago
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A lot of the time, web apps are built primarily with the desktop layout in consideration, and the mobile layout suffers as a result. In this course we are going to discuss using features of user interface which are optimised for mobile devices.

We are going to discuss CSS features that make a big difference and build entire components that work great on mobile devices and browsers. We are going to take into account browser support to ensure our users are getting the experience we want them to.

More and more of our users depend on their mobile device to use our web apps. With this in mind, we are going to look at how to optimise the components we build for smaller viewports, and how to ensure our customer gets an optimised version of our web app for their device.

We are going to discuss different ways we can view, test, and debug our web app in a mobile setting so that we know what we are seeing is what our user is seeing, because sometimes a desktop browser emulating a mobile device just isn’t enough.

Learner Reviews

  • Marcell Ciszek
    7 months ago
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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    Super useful and well explained, this will come in handy.

  • Fredj Khlifi
    9 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Great CSS course, learned a lot from it.

  • lrbridge
    2 years ago
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    What was your strongest take away from this course?

    The last two videos with the srcset & picture/source info was useful and I didn't know that before! Honestly I knew the rest of the stuff; I found it pretty basic.

  • Mirha Masala
    2 years ago
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    Do you have any constructive feedback so that we can do better?

    Oh, no! I was trying to replay the last video. But then the review page loaded at the same time and I accidentally clicked on rating 1.

    This is so ironic, considering that it's the first time that I was intending to leave a rating of 10.

    I loved this course. Please let me know how to fix this. I feel really bad about it. Thank you.

  • Marc Jennings
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    I found some new techniques I didnt know about and some more info on things I was familiar with. They were all explained in simple terms, were easy to follow and looked like quick things to implement, but would have a big impact.

  • Darrel
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course and how will it help you?

    It gave me some other tools to use besides Genymotion - informative, nicely done.

Course Content

32m • 10 lessons

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