From meta viewport to @viewport and from device-pixel-ratio to the resolution media query: various responsive design hooks are undergoing standardization, allowing for future-proof sites that work well in different contexts. In addition, new CSS features like object-fit, relative length units and so on are increasingly supported by browsers as well, and allow for more versatile responsive design solutions. In my talk, I will look at these features and explain how they can be used in websites today.
Andreas started working for Opera Software as a QA engineer and web evangelist in Tokyo, and then led and built up Opera’s developer relations team from Oslo. Since last year, he is also product manager for Opera extensions.