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‘Responsive’ website is a website that is compatible with most of the devices. You can use CSS3 and HTML5 to make websites readable in various environments. And Twitter Bootstrap is an excellent CSS Framework which is now extensively used to make impeccably responsive design. Bootstrap can make your website provide almost the same viewing experience in a PC as well as in a smartphone screen.
If you want to create a responsive web design, you should build a CSS which includes styles appropriate for multiple devices and size ranges. When a user loads the page on a particular device, we will find out the size of the viewport and will choose the style accordingly.
Meta tag : ‘bootstrap-responsive.css.
The view port meta tag is made to override the default viewport and assists to load the style related to the target viewport. The width of the screen is determined by the ‘width property’. It will determine the number of pixels and the device width. This will instruct the browser to employ the device’s resolution.
Width property sets the width of the screen. It may contain a value like 320, denoting 320 pixels or may have the value ‘device-width’ which tells the browser to use the native resolution(or width you may say for simplicity) of the device. Now you can add responsive CSS of Twitter Bootstrap.
But remember that you have to change your old mindset as a developer and assume new point of view before you adopt Twitter Bootstrap to build responsive websites.
Choosing a right framework for mobile application development depends largely on your application’s functionality, the mobile platforms you need to support, your demand for commercial support and your experience with Web and mobile development in general.