In this chapter, we saw a brief introduction to Responsive Design, Media Queries, and Viewport settings. You learned about relative units and the mobile first design approach for responsive applications.
Later, we introduced Bootstrap and implemented a simple grid system ourselves. This helped us to understand how the responsive fluid grid in Bootstrap works. We saw built-in responsive utilities as well as Media Queries in LESS.
In the last section of this book, we discussed the difference between Pixel and Vector Graphics by comparing the advantages of Canvas, WebGL, and SVG for Responsive Design. We realized that SVG suits very well to implementing responsive visualizations. In the end, we saw a brief introduction to
In the next chapter, we will get started with
D3.js and implement a simple graphic using data joins, dynamic properties, and simple transformations.
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