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I am new to WebFOCUS developing so please forgive me. I have read the technical documentation and looked for resources online about mobile versions of dashboards/HTML pages, but not really finding anything in the technical docs specifically about how to achieve a separate mobile dashboard. My company currently does not use responsive design on our HTML pages. We are updating from version 8.1.05 to 8.2.07, and as part of that update, we are redesigning all our HTML pages to be responsive. We are exploring using a mobile version of our dashboard, because we have many different tabs on our top navbar, and also many different items on our left side menu. We think that for our mobile version it should be much less cluttered, and does not need to have everything that is available in our regular portal. My question is, does anyone have experience with using a separate mobile version of their portal/dashboard? How did you do it, and do you have any tips or advice?
Thank you in advance.
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