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Hi!

I'm interested in developing web aplications for mobile phones. Can I use the provided CSS techniques to get a better performance in these sort of devices? Is the limit between the use of Javascript and the CSS one covered in the book? I main whether the book covers how to know when use CSS instance of Javascript and when not.


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Hi Marco.

We discuss some of the ways to get the best performance on mobile devices in the book, yes.

Where you are asking about using JS or CSS, I assume you mean for things like transitions, transforms and animations? In which case, yes, we discuss those in some detail.

Hope that helps.
 
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Thank you for your answer!

I think is very interesting and very important to know when use Javascript or CSS.


Thank you so much!
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