I tried using Twitter Bootstrap this morning. Really nice way to support mobile devices.

I rewrote my markwatson.com website recently, tossing the 15 year old PHP implementation and replaced it with a little Clojure + Noir web app. This morning I spent a short while refactoring it to use the noir-bootstrap project on github. Along the way, I read through the Bootstrap scaffolding documentation. Really cool stuff.

One thing that I had to add was

<meta name="viewport"
      content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
to the head section of my Noir page layout template. Before I did this my web site did not identify the media type when I used an iPad and a Samsung Galaxy III S phone for testing.

I wrote earlier this year about using Noir and the Dojo Javascript library for my cooking/recipes web app. Dojo makes it easy to write mobile web apps but Bootstrap helps a non-expert Javascript developer like myself write something once and have it work across devices.

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