Responsive Web Design Toolkit: Hammering Websites into Shape focuses on the nuts and bolts of responsive web design, showing you how to better build and how to debug websites that use the responsive technique. This book guides you through the technology that programmers use to build, test, and debug responsive websites. Covering what engineers do, how localhost can help, and DIY-testing, this book shows technically-minded designers how to create digital objects that lead to shorter development times, quicker testing cycles, and more insight into users and their mobile devices, ultimately leading to better products.
- Gathers tools scattered across an open-sourced landscape and places them all in one, diamond-plated toolbox.
- Provides approachable, step-by-step manuals that reveal the why and how of debugging.
- Connects you with a github account where readers can find the book’s source code and a companion website: http://www.hammeringresponsivewebdesign.com/
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Responsive Web Design
Chapter 2: Introducing the Engineering Process
Chapter 3: Localhost, the Best Host
Chapter 4: Apache Web Server
Chapter 5: Connecting Devices to Your Computer
Chapter 6: Virtual Hosts: Making Many Out of One
Chapter 7: Get Together on GitHub
Chapter 8: Google Chrome: Browsing a Page and Reading Its Code
Chapter 9: Surviving CSS by Thriving with Sass
Chapter 10: Google Analytics: Measuring Your UX with Analytics
Chapter 11: Responsive Screen-Capture Project
Chapter 12: Looking Around the Toolbox