We offer a fast path to
implementing new user-friendly phone and tablet views – without requiring a responsive design
rewrite – that will enable your in-house staff to get you to mobile in likely the most
concise way possible.
The Mobile ASPX product provides for 4 optimized views – mobile, tablet, desktop and theatre, without adding a responsive framework or thousands of lines of new CSS3. By standardizing to just 4 views, where each view uses essentially the same XHTML5, our product helps you strike a consistent balance between device width, pixel scaling and user control and to get the job done in less time.
For example, testing scenarios become simpler and more deterministic. Similarly, there is no dev or design time spent optimizing to a certain phone size or tablet. And for the user, you can keep existing hover event functions in desktop and theatre view, whereas the hover events may have to be disabled or reworked on a mobile device.
Or run it yourself...
Implemented Example 3 (v2.1)...
Example 3 is simply Mobile ASPX applied to the stock MS project template (which has a responsive-via-bootstrap downdown menu in the top part of the master page). So the Mobile ASPX 4 view technique affects primarily the content portion in this case...
Surprisingly, to many users, the Mobile ASPX alternative actually looks better and operates better in several of the views and also when resizing during desktop view.
This example is meant to show that Mobile ASPX is compatible with the stock MS project template and likely also your existing hybrid works that are perhaps on the slate for more work to fully get to a pleasing result on mobile devices...
Implemented Example 4 (v2.1)...
Example 4 combines all of the examples. You will notice a little bit of quirky links, however these are intentional so that you can get to each of the examples without typing.
We think our code package can help you deliver mobile formats on your custom
web and intranet web forms - fast.
For the complete announcement text on Mobile ASPX Tegratecs Code Package, please visit our Tegratecs News and Events page Announcing Mobile ASPX Tegratecs Code Package!
More product info (technical)
Each project has well-organized documentation of the OO source code differences, highlighting net changes from before and after Mobile ASPX has been applied. There are also detailed comparison examples of how incompatible HTML can be enhanced to work in all four views, to perhaps handle upwards of 80%, not including new client-side scripting or rewrites. When you just have to hard-code a difference between formats, it can be done. Examples are included for how to do it in the code-behind. On the Tegratecs site for example, on the drop-down navigation menu, we change the font size (and also the direction of expansion) at run time based on the view (using code-behind) in Project2 and Project3 (v1.1). The product also includes use of a soft-coded set of methods that increases the <ASP:Button> size and button fonts via a little bit of UI control container hierarchy traversal and recursion in the OO code-behind.