So why go responsive? Well, there are many advantages to do so, depending on your current development cycle. If you do have a non-responsive website published and need a mobile friendly version of it quickly without touching your core site’s code, then KMB (Kishkee Mobile Builder) may be the product you will need to start with. If you are in the early stage of planning a new website, new web or mobile application, then taking the RWD approach is probably your best bet. Build your site and target multiple devices all at once. You can even declare what content display on what type of device. Say you want to show a specific content ONLY on mobile devices, you could do that by simply declaring it in your code by adding a class to the div wrapper (i.e. .visible-xs or .visible-sm). Google and other search engines love sites that are designed to be responsive, because they can serve search results based on the searcher device. So the SEO aspect is another major advantage.
With our experience in the field with real users, we also had the on-going mission to select the most robust framework for our RWB platform, and we decided to select the Twitter Bootstrap framework. Originally created by a designer and a developer at Twitter in mid-2010. It was officially released to the public on August 19, 2011. We started following the development of the framework early on. The approach with v3 is focused on the 'mobile-first' approach which fully match our company core vision.
MWA's technical expertise, along with their excellent project management skills, attention to details, open communication and responsiveness, and "above and beyond" attitude make them a pleasure to work with.
Google a commencé le déploiement d'une nouvelle mise à jour pour la recherche sur mobile le Avril 21, 2015. Cela aura un impact négatif sur tous les sites qui n'ont pas un site Web mobile ou adaptatif (responsive) dans le SERP sur mobile. Ne laissez pas "#Mobilegeddon" affecter votre entreprise. Créez un site mobile specific ou site web adaptatif!