How to future-proof your websites

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It's clear that with the obsession of Tech Companies to launch a "new" device (phone, tablet, laptop, monitor, etc...) every 12 months, in order to revamp their flagship product or outdo their competitors, leaves developers scrambling to create flexible and adaptive applications that look beautiful in any environment. Let's be honest, users are extremely picky, and no matter how functionally amazing the app might be, if it's ugly or doesn't scale right in the screen, they will walk away and look for something else in a heartbeat. At least, this is what I do, but I'm sure I'm not alone. In any case, for application developers, if users aren't using our apps, then we've failed to do our jobs correctly. This is our worst nightmare, but it doesn't have to be a reality for your app! I will show you the tools and standards you should adopt in all your projects to ensure that your apps don't get easily outdated or tossed to the side.

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    henryqng

    Thanks for a very informative demo on the website style development trends (Bootstrap, Foundation and Skeleton).

    I'm going to go with Bootstrap to design my websites.

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