Mobile Web Design – Coding Workflow For Mobile Websites

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Here’s some code workflow tips for viewing code designed for mobile
devices.

Here’s some coding workflow tips for viewing code designed for mobile
devices

Here’s some code workflow tips for viewing code developed for mobile
devices

02.26.15

This video’s gonna really kill it.

Iphone6.. iPad…. iOS simulator.. ‘borrow friend’s Android’ … 

Mobile first….. “once you install xCode”…… outta here lol.

iOS first is not mobile first. Starting on proprietary vendor locked
device, with proprietary code, does not make your future deployments any
easier.

02.26.15

I am watching it on my phone. XD

02.26.15

Hi. I’m trying to practice styling for mobile devices, tablets, large
screens but i came a cross some websites it has 1000- 3500 lines of CSS !!!
which made me nerves about learning CSS. is that something i have to do
when i go to a job ?? do i have to write that much of code to style a
website when i work for a certain company?? Thank you & God bless 

02.26.15

Have you notice much diferences when going from Chrome dev tools to iOS
simulator, like, something looks ok on Chrome and broken os Sim? Great tip
man! I usualy go directly from Chrome to actual device, never realized we
could use the iOS sim standalone, its very easy indeed. 

02.26.15

there is a website that will take screenshots of your site within real
devices, forgot how it was called but shouldnt be to hard to find it.

02.26.15

Can you name a similar emulator for Windows? Thanks.

02.26.15

Which theme you’re using for your text editor?

02.26.15

Can You please make intro “Get the party started” a bit quieter? Your
videos are great but I always need to control a sound volume in the
beginning.

02.26.15

Great short and sweet video with lots of hints. I am looking forward to you
making the tutorial in wrappers (is wrapper the right term?) like phonegap
or Ionic if it comes in your domain. You’re the best teacher. Cheers! Keep
Posting :) 

02.26.15

Great. Because I can view it on my iPhone directly I don’t need a Mac :) 

02.26.15

i dont have any sound in this video… others work fine… just fyi..

02.26.15

Great video! thanks for sharing. From my experience:
http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/tooling/synchronized-cross-device-testing/

you have better free cross-browser solutions

02.26.15

Great videos man!

02.26.15

Nice

Here’s a few tips on how to easily view your responsive code on mobile
devices as you code the mobile version of your website!

02.26.15

Here’s some code workflow tips for viewing code designed for mobile
devices.

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