Intelligent Point of Sale System for Different Kinds of Stores

Posted by Jessymeshak on December 19th, 2019

When Steve Jobs decreed that the iPhone  Explaindio Video Bundle 2020 Review shouldn't include the Flash Player, he threw a major curve-ball to all of the web developers and designers of the world. As the popularity of the iOS ecosystem iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches exploded, the many websites with Flash content no longer appeared perfectly across all platforms. The long-standing promise of Flash - develop once, deploy seamlessly to all web visitors - suddenly became shattered remains of a pleasant memory.

Taking this situation into account, there are several different options for developers and designers today. First, you can just ignore mobile visitors. While this might sound treasonous, in some cases it's actually logical. Look at your site analytics before you decide to invest heavily in a mobile presence.

If you had a grand total of 5 mobile visitors last month, it might not be worth the money and time to do further development at this time. Second, you can provide content that works on both platforms. This would mean cutting out all Flash, and going with solutions based on JavaScript, CSS, and HTML5. For some situations this is the best option, especially if your site doesn't need much eye-candy; best of all, it means you only have to develop once.

The downside, though, is that neither desktop nor mobile visitors will likely receive the best experience. The third option is to provide desktop-targeted content that takes advantage of technologies like Flash for the best possible experience, while simultaneously detecting mobile visitors and providing them with a separate mobile-targeted experience that takes advantage of the touch-based environment.

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