Last post Jan 20, 2015 11:23 AM by jsrb
Jan 09, 2015 06:32 AM|jsrb|LINK
We have requirement to develop an application that will have dynamic controls (essentially various controls need to be drawn on screen at runtime based on some input). The second important requirement is that the rendered screens should be responsive (render
properly on various desktop or mobile platforms).
I am looking for some guidelines on how to best proceed?
- Are there any templates that can be used for such application to allow "responsive design"?
- Are there any limitations to how dynamic controls behave in such environment?
[FYI - Available with Visual Studio 2013]
Thanks for pointers
Jan 09, 2015 07:00 AM|vinz|LINK
Give this post a read: http://rionscode.wordpress.com/2013/08/30/common-approaches-to-responsive-design/
For generating dynamic controls, you can make use of jQuery to build your dynamic HTML or any other similar technologies.
Jan 14, 2015 01:17 AM|Edwin Guru Singh|LINK
As per your case ,you may get the corresponding guidelines in the following link :
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Jan 20, 2015 11:23 AM|jsrb|LINK
Thanks for reply.
Based on other reading currently trying to use existing framework for responsive layout (may be Zurb from NuGet) and use guideline about dynamic controls in MVC from (http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/gilf/2012/04/23/generating-aspnet-mvc-view-controls-according-to-xml-configurations/).
Do not know if it will all work but that is plan anyway.
Sorry for late response.