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Mobile ASP.NET MVC 5 by Eric Sowell

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CHAPTER 6

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Display Modes, View Engines, and Html Helpers

Ideally, a mobile site can have a single collection of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files—we will refer to the three as client-side assets to keep things a little shorter—since this keeps things easier to manage and maintain. This is one of the appealing aspects of responsive web design. But sometimes this is not possible, either because the intended experience does not make sense to implement in a responsive manner, or because the targeted devices do not support the techniques. This is going to be particularly common when the goal is to support both a nice HTML 5 site with all the bells and ...

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