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When will we see an update to jQuery instead of Spry?

Thread began 3/25/2013 10:55 am by neo314 | Last modified 10/02/2013 4:29 pm by neo314 | 4208 views | 24 replies


Hi Jason,

Thanks for your response - I have tried to edit with replacing heights and widths with % with limited success and out of frustration, and the fact that I just did not have the time to keep at it I went to PVII for a responsive form builder and while not as flexible with editing in the wizard you can play with the code generated to tune it.

I see responsive web design and fluid grids as the future of web development. I have a very small understanding of WURFL it seems to me by utilising this method (or similar) you are not being truly responsive more like reactive. I will however look forward to evaluating Data Bridge again once your updates are released.

I feel those extension developers who dont get truly responsive will lose out in the end. I would hate to see that happen to WA.

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