London, United Kingdom, April 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- From the days of bluish hyperlink-laden websites, the Internet sure has moved on. Today, the possibilities of the websites themselves have become endless, and the web browsers have accordingly become rather capable. The evolution in the spec sheet of the systems is no doubt responsible for this change. Now, the next web is driven by the internet of things (IOT) and the inclusion of mobile devices alike during the development phases. But the industry is only getting warmed up, and by the end of this decade, we might as well reach a point hardly perceived to be possible a few years back. Dhruvsoft Technology, a company known for providing affordable web development services in London, Manchester, Birmingham, and around the globe; has claimed that it will now be offering web development services spruced up at the same affordable rates in the coming months, with shorter project completion times for its clients.
On being queried, DhruvSoft Technology CEO, Priyanka Jain, said “Let’s wind the clocks back 5 years. No one expected cloud-based services to replace traditional storage, but today the cloud is the go-to resource for numerous businesses and even individual users. This is one of the reasons why the virtual world has gained, and yes, the role of powerful servers has been equally important as well. But the most notable factor affecting web development today, is the evolution of the mobile tech landscape.”
Now, this was definitely a no-brainer, but a closer look at the mobile tech sheets will reveal the reason(s) for Google’s push for responsive and mobile-friendly websites. The only major limitation for mobile devices is, and will always be, the screen size. And to cater to this, the web developers in cities like London and Manchester working in collaboration with DhruvSoft Technology, have devised new ways to gauge the end-users’ preferences when browsing to specific types of website from a mobile phone. For example, the left hamburger icon for the sidebar menu is an essential UI element, while the buttons have to be equally spaced out as well. Google’s own webmaster tool can help identify numerous websites for their mobile-friendliness.
“We are expecting a great push for mobile websites and responsive designs in the second quarter of 2016, specifically April 21, owing to Google’s announcement that they will be considering mobile-friendliness as a ranking factor for mobile searches. This unprecedented move by Google of announcing an algorithm change in advance is a definite nod to the websites which are already working towards a mobile-friendly interface,” concluded Priyanka.
Be it Birmingham, Manchester, or London itself, the web development sector is more focused than ever on making convenient mobile browsing possible for existing websites. Adaptability is the key here, after all.
The evolution in the web developers’ approach is as effective in this push for responsiveness as is the evolution of the frameworks, platforms, and APIs on the mobile platforms like Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. How DhruvSoft Technology and similar start-ups deal with this onset of the mobile era, is something that should be left for the coming months to decide.