I don't like JQueryMobile much, it looks outdated to my taste, but it
has some building blocks that certainly help when building mobile UI
I'm currently writing a desktop app and checking whether it works in
tablets and mobiles, and for that purpose using Bootstrap with the
responsive classes proved to be the best option. You might need to
implement some "navigation" scaffolding though, but with Seaside
that's easily doable.
> Hi all,
> What libraries/frameworks are you using to develop for mobile clients?
> I know of Bootstrap and MaterialDesignLite. Also, I've just committed changes
> to JQueryMobile on STH to make it work on Pharo 6.1.
> Btw, I loaded Seaside using this snippet:
> Metacello new
> repository: 'github://SeasideSt/Seaside:master/repository';
> Iceberg says loaded version is "0f8a24f (8 Feb 2018)" and Monticello Browser says
> "Seaside-XXX (JohanBrichau.1518024618)".
> What is the right way to refer to this version of Seaside installed?
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