Optimizing Every Last Feature
Additional Considerations for Mobile Optimization of your Application
In addition, we also recommend a team validation of the user interface and the overall functionality, both for mobile and tablet versions. This is because when those portable devices are optimized around, typically the desktop version
follows suit. There are copious amounts of unique optimization that can happen on desktop alone but most of the time, with a lot of the frameworks that are used for the user interface such as Bootstrap, it's really key to look at the
different device types and screen dimensions. This helps to understand exactly how they are going to interpret the underlying code and present that for the end user. So not only are we looking at performance as a core criterion, but also just
the overall experience with the user interface and how that displays in different regions or locales, compared to what users are expecting and are used to.
In a few rare cases, it can make sense to modify the user interface to match a locale or region. But what certainly tends to do well in all cases is identifying the primary language of the country that you are going to be working in, and
which your targeted customers within that country prefer. The next step would be to validate and confirm that all the content is properly translating throughout those different installation mechanisms. The overall concept is all about
focusing on mobile first, always considering the general mobile capability within a particular region with low bandwidth, and low capacity to increase it at will.