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+ To keep pace with this demand for engagement, Web designers are finding new ways to support content that is distributed through multiple devices in multiple formats. One method is so-called responsive Web design or RWD. Coined in 2010 by Web designer Ethan Marcotte, it refers to a website design approach, not a specific technology. However, responsive design is enabled primarily by CSS3 and JavaScript, which fall under the banner of HTML5.
“HTML5 is the backbone of the new and interactive features of responsive Web design,” said Matt Groener, Intel Developer Zone development team manager. “HTML5 is really maturing in terms of its functionality and, more importantly, its speed. Responsive design uses the same elements that will make HTML5 really successful, namely HTML, JavaScript and CSS3.”
Full article: Delivering Consistent Online Experiences for Every Screen Size 

To keep pace with this demand for engagement, Web designers are finding new ways to support content that is distributed through multiple devices in multiple formats. One method is so-called responsive Web design or RWD. Coined in 2010 by Web designer Ethan Marcotte, it refers to a website design approach, not a specific technology. However, responsive design is enabled primarily by CSS3 and JavaScript, which fall under the banner of HTML5.

“HTML5 is the backbone of the new and interactive features of responsive Web design,” said Matt Groener, Intel Developer Zone development team manager. “HTML5 is really maturing in terms of its functionality and, more importantly, its speed. Responsive design uses the same elements that will make HTML5 really successful, namely HTML, JavaScript and CSS3.”

Full article: Delivering Consistent Online Experiences for Every Screen Size 

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