Anthony Laurence: The Next Step in Responsive Design – RESS

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August 5, 2015

We all know about Responsive Design. But most mainstream techniques rely on the browser to call the shots and determine what and how the content gets displayed, typically using media queries. This reliance can be taxing to poor, overworked devices. Doesn’t it make more sense to let the server, with it’s beefier processors, compile the page and send the content to the device so that the page is lighting fast regardless of the device? This is where RESS(Server Side Responsive) steps in. Learn how this is different from what you thought of as responsive design as well as techniques that you can use right away to significantly reduce your render time.

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WordCamp Scranton 2015 13

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Anthony Laurence 2

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Responsive Design 50
RESS 2
Server Side 2

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English 4888

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