LISBON 10-12
APRIL 2014
LISBON 10-12
APRIL 2014

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Talks > Mobile Web, merging responsive and adaptive techniques

Status

This talk has been approved for this year's edition. Check the calendar for more information.

Language

English

Abstract

The aim of this talk is to explain how the responsive web development lives within adaptive. By using simple techniques and highly specialized widget's we can avoid the use of frameworks (i.e: bootstrap, suzy, etc.) that add significant code debt.

The multiscreen (desktop + mobile) is already here, and the focus on maintainability and re-usability is now greater than ever. While building responsive pages we should attempt to have every responsive widget to always be nestable inside any other widget.

I intend to share techniques and lessons learned while developing highly optimized responsive front ends at eBay ( i.e.: http://deals.ebay.co.uk )

This is talk is mostly about how to structure and build HTML and CSS in order to make the code extremely modular, re-usable, and testable while providing a beautiful experience to millions of users.





Proposal date

2013-11-20 15:25:53

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José Miguel Malaca
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see u there... i hope... ;)

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Serhiy Boychenko
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Got my support m8 ;)

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Bryan Oliveira
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Look forward to seeing you there!

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Astrid Creuzburg
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Definitely an interest! Looking forward to it :)

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Patrik Fehrenbach
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Nice!

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Filipa Falcão Reis
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Great topic +1 :-)

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Bruno Crociquia
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multiscreen deployment has always been important, but now more than ever :) i want to attend this one.

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Bruno Miguel Carvalhido Lima
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Good topic

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José Lopes (Sá)
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Sounds awesome, even though it's not my area!

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David Amador
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Good topic

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Ricardo Vercesi
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Hope to make it there!

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Nuno Barros
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Seems interesting!

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Igor Antunes
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Parece bastante interessante xD upvoted!! :p

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Jorge Cavaco
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nice!

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João Afonso
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Sounds awesome

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Rui Grandão Rocha
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Sounds really awesome. Hope to see you there.

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João Carlos Macedo Flores dos Santos
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Awesome topic.

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Rafael Pato
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Really looking forward to attend this talk!

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Pedro Daniel Pinto Duarte
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"This talk has been approved for this year's edition" :)

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André Augusto Costa Santos
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Sounds awesome! Upvoted :D

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David Silva
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I'm looking forward to see this one, since we have a huge amount of css in my current company.

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Inês Coelho
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I'm really looking forward to this talk! ;)

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João Borges
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As a Designer/Front End Dev I'm looking forward to this talk :D

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Pedro Miguel Costa Maia
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Awesome :)

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Tiago Ferreira
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Muito interessante!

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Ricardo Melo Joia
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Looking forward to this one, hope to see some responsive images technics/solutions.

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Nuno Faria
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Looking forward to this talk!

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Jorge Encarnação
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Hmm interesting, I'd like to see this one!

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Sérgio Laranjeira
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YEAHHHHHHHHH!!!!

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Nuno Andrade
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This is one of the biggest projects for this year that i will be working on, so i would like to see this one. One more vote.

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Mafalda Sequeira
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I got used to use bootstrap due to the easy application of classes, but I get sick of making adjustments and not using a large part of the framework's code. I'd love to hear some simplified techniques on how to avoid frameworks. :)

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Pedro Costa
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Computer says no...

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Pedro Costa
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Computer says no...

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Luís Ricardo da Costa Carvalho
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Really nice! I would like to see this one.

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Alberto Manuel da Silva Gomes
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Very good talk

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Rui Bernardo
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Nice! +1

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Joaquim Leitão
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Seems very interesting! Can't wait to see it ;)

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Gonçalo Sá
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Incredibly interesting topic! :D

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Nuno Costa
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"By using simple techniques and highly specialized widget's we can avoid the use of frameworks (i.e: bootstrap, suzy, etc.) that add significant code debt."

YES PLEASE!! I m addictive to bootstrap, gotta stop using that xD count me in

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João Belchior
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Interested to see your take on how to drop the frameworks if not by creating your own custom framework to replace it. I'm all for code simplification!

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Miao Sun
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Interesting, upvoted!

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Andre Duarte
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This sounds very interesting. Will definitely go!

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Gonçalo Araújo
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Develop a web app that works fine in different devices and platforms is a very actual issue. This is a very updated subject.

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Hugo Antunes
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Hi Francisco interesting topic i hope see this talk

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