Mobile versions (“mobile first”)

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A mobile version refers to a version of a website or application that has been optimized for use on a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet. Mobile versions are designed to provide a better user experience for people accessing the website or application on a smaller screen with touch input, rather than on a desktop computer with a mouse and keyboard.

Mobile versions are often used to access the same content and functionality as the full desktop version of a website or application, but in a more streamlined and user-friendly form. They can include features such as responsive design, where content adapts to the size of the screen, and touch-friendly interfaces that make it easier to navigate and interact with the website or application using touch gestures.

Related technologies for mobile versions include HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for user interface creation and design, and frameworks such as Bootstrap or Materialize for creating responsive layouts. Mobile versions can also use mobile-specific technologies such as GPS and touch gestures, as well as APIs to interact with the device’s hardware and software.

The experts at BITS have used mobile versions in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

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