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best practices for reponsive tempates for my flask app

best practices for reponsive tempates for my flask app

From:
Kundan Singh
Date:
2013-07-02 @ 12:41
Hello,

I have written a web application in flask which functions well in browser.

But the prime user of this app would be mobile users only. Also i don't
want to invest time and resources in building native app as of now and
since there are a lot of platforms like android, iphone and backberry etc.
so on.

So i thought of building front end of my web application in a way that its
easy experience for mobile users.

Please give your suggestions and advises regarding this. How should i be
going?
Any tools, practices, examples, github-source available?

Regards
Kundan

Re: [flask] best practices for reponsive tempates for my flask app

From:
George Trevill
Date:
2013-07-02 @ 13:32
Hi Kundan,

I have a flask app that uses bootstrap, it works well. The responsive
features are good. I would look at the standard bootstrap templates
and play around with turning them into jinja templates.

George

On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 1:41 PM, Kundan Singh <ksingh.pilani@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I have written a web application in flask which functions well in browser.
>
> But the prime user of this app would be mobile users only. Also i don't want
> to invest time and resources in building native app as of now and since
> there are a lot of platforms like android, iphone and backberry etc. so on.
>
> So i thought of building front end of my web application in a way that its
> easy experience for mobile users.
>
> Please give your suggestions and advises regarding this. How should i be
> going?
> Any tools, practices, examples, github-source available?
>
> Regards
> Kundan

Re: [flask] best practices for reponsive tempates for my flask app

From:
Michael Fillier
Date:
2013-07-02 @ 13:48
There is more than one way to do this.

You could use browser detection server-side to serve up a different set of
templates to mobile users. Take a look at django-mobile for a better idea
of how that works.

Responsive design. Use a responsive framework likr bootstrap or foundation.
These both include responsive grids. Although I like foundation's gtid
more. There are other differences, so do some reaserch to see which works
better for you.

Michael
On 2013-07-02 8:43 AM, "Kundan Singh" <ksingh.pilani@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have written a web application in flask which functions well in browser.
>
> But the prime user of this app would be mobile users only. Also i don't
> want to invest time and resources in building native app as of now and
> since there are a lot of platforms like android, iphone and backberry etc.
> so on.
>
> So i thought of building front end of my web application in a way that its
> easy experience for mobile users.
>
> Please give your suggestions and advises regarding this. How should i be
> going?
> Any tools, practices, examples, github-source available?
>
> Regards
> Kundan
>