I’ve put my efforts on making mfyz.com responsive and mobile compatible last week. After 4 days work, now you are able to access mfyz.com from your tablets and phones (small screen devices).
I’ll write about coding responsive layouts following weeks. There are lots of CSS frameworks that allows you to build responsive layouts but I didn’t use any CSS frameworks when I coded current interface. I could transition to twitter bootstrap but I didn’t see any need to do so. Also the current layout is simple enough to not require any complex structure. Anyway, let’s get back to the subject.
Desktop version (as you can see above) is displayed for 800px and wider screen resolutions. For smaller screens than 800px, interface turns to mobile compatible fluid layout. As you know, fluid layouts are resolution independent because they are fitting the screen they’re in. That’s the reason most of the mobile compatible pages built in fluid layouts.
Tablet devices are usually 800px and wider when they are held landscape, so you will see mfyz.com’s desktop version for landscape orientation on most of the tablets.
Also, most of the tablets have below 800px wide screen resolution for portrait orientation, so the site becomes fluid and mobile compatible version. The mobile compatible version is optimized for better readability and optimized navigation.
Hey mfyz.com English readers,
I recently started to write in English on my site which I usually write about web development (usually web projects, PHP MySQL based in the back-end, anything in front-end).
Before I start to translate old articles or write new ones, I would like to talk about myself, about my background. Hey, who doesn’t want to learn about who they read right?
Anyway, I work in a startup called Moonit as a Web Developer and we built Moonit iPhone App around 1,5 years ago. We also have a website basically mirrors the mobile experience. So we are a mobile-first company and app laboratory. We’re proudly in New York City and we have this view from our office:
I’m from Istanbul, Turkey, I worked in couple different digital agencies most with shiny and well-known brands, which was fun and good challenges in a different way beside of working in big teams. I worked a long time as a freelancer on my own or with couple fellows as small teams for the total of over 10 years. I worked as back-end developer, front-end developer and some very light UI designer before. Now, I’m doing mostly product design and mobile UI design. You can check out my portfolio http://mfyz.net for more on what I did before.
Feel free to shoot an email to fatih at this domain to say hi.
This is the introduction letter of my website’s English version. I’ve been writing articles/tutorials and sharing my development experiences with a local group of web developers under this domain since 2002. I got covered some of the well known and modern (at least all of them were modern when they were written 🙂 ) for common web development problems and techniques.
Anyway, now I’m starting to write all in English beside Turkish. You can switch between Turkish and English versions of the articles if there are linked articles in both languages.
You can also check out my portfolio http://mfyz.net
Cheers to all techy geeks 🙂