HTML5 is an enormous standard with an extraordinary list of features, and there are many features and standards that will not be standardized by W3C and not fully implemented in most modern browsers for years to come. However, today there are many HTML5 features that developers are using to develop modern web applications.
Responsive Web Design is the notion that modern websites should adapt to, and display optimally on any, indeed all, screen sizes. This is accomplished by fluid layouts using formulaic (a specific formula) percentages for CSS measurement instead of pixels, and using CSS media queries to target different screen sizes (viewports).
There are generally two principal ways for developing websites to specifically target multiple devices: develop separate websites for mobile and desktop, or develop responsive websites that adapt to all screen sizes. We will only discuss the latter, since the former is a costlier alternative that has some specific use cases depending on the target audience and the purpose of the website. Here is a brief article on Responsive website design versus Separate websites.
Most online resources cover only the development of responsive website design, but we will also touch on, though briefly, the UI design and the static comp design, in addition to the development.
We use Modernizr to add HTML5 and CSS3 support in old browsers, and HTML5 Boilerplate to provide a bevy of essential web development best practices.
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