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Think about it this way: no matter what your screen size or device, your content is the same plus minus a few items that are may not be relevant on certain device types. This is analogous to having content on a screen and printing out that content. You can use separate style sheets for screen and print media. You don't make a separate website just for print ...


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Go for frontend Use a responsive framework, like twitter bootstrap or similars, create only 1 website for all. Then use media queries to switch css rules where you need if for mobile or not. And defintly switch all you want to show or not in mobile and desktop by server side. For example a huge banner on mobile is useless, switch that using html modules ...


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Summary: Go with responsive web design (what you call frontend). When you go with the "backend" version, you have the following disadvantages: You have to create two websites: one for desktop and one for mobile. Or you have to create a smart custom solution that outputs the same content to the two different websites automatically. Not easy. You have to ...



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