A responsive web framework provides an application with an adjustable view - it responds to the size of the viewport. So, if you are viewing the app on a phone, a tablet, laptop, or a tv it will properly adjust to the size of the screen maximizing the landscape available to it - you, the developer, are in control and can set the app to show only what you want it to show depending on the screen real estate available to the user.
We will start a Rails 5 application with the Bootstrap responsive web design framework and a streamlined form framework. This will be accomplished with the implementation of the simple_form gem. Start a new Rails application in the Terminal with rails new simple_app Change directory in to the simple_app application root folder and open your application … Continue reading Starting a Rails 5 Application with SimpleForm and Bootstrap
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