Chapter 8. Material Web Frameworks

Developing and designing for desktop environments differs in many ways from mobile environments. There is the larger screen, the absence of a touchscreen, and most significantly, a large number of browsers and operating systems that our page or app may find itself running on.

Although Android Studio and SDK are really the only choice when it comes to developing Android apps, there are a lot of options when it comes to web design. By far the fastest way to develop is with a CSS framework. This generally provides the CSS and JavaScript files that make up an empty web project. Which of these frameworks we use depends on several factors, including the purpose of our project and previous experience.

In this chapter, ...

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