I have a doubt in responsive design… How the normal webpage render in smart tv full width dimension… is any specific method to follow ?
I would imagine that would depend on the pixel density and width in px.
Without the specs on the tv and its native resolution…it’s hard to guess.
I work on a 22″ 1920×1080 monitor (well actually two) on my desktop but remember that a 50″ TV with the same resolution will be viewed from,say, over 10 feet away.
Then for each different TV inches(21,32,64) i need to code using media queries
It’s not a matter of inches. It’s a matter of pixels and viewing distance.
I would expect that font sizes would have to be considerably larger if one is targeting TVs.
ya i meant the same only, see for 32 inch screen native resolution is 1,920 x 1,080, so for each different inches relatively pixel varies.
could you suggest me any best mobile emulators for cost or open source which would be the best.
Not sure what mobile emulators has to do with smart TVs but I don’t have any thoughts on that.
As for TV detection, a quick google search found: http://www.brettjankord.com/2012/01/16/categorizr-a-modern-device-detection-script/
This takes me back to the time when we worried about how our sites looked on WebTV and the AOL browser. ;)
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