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This is a followup for the Blog written by Ingo Hilgefort on Making your dashboard Responsive – in a simple way

I will share some experience of using it. I was able to create the below layout in 15 minutes./wp-content/uploads/2016/01/desktopbrowser_876937.jpg

Have created Header, Eight Panels and made them as part of the Responsive UI Container:

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For iPad and Tablet devices created a specific profile:

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The ResponsiveUI comes with three default profiles: Mobile, Tablet and Desktop.

Also it enables us to define our own profies based on requirements.

Customized the same dashboard with the New layout settings for the iPad profile:

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For iPad Profile, placed all the KPITiles as part of same panel instead of keeping them in individual panels.

The output of the same Dashboard is different for iPad and similar devices as below:

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The best part is the different profiles also can be scripted for other purposes too.

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