Mejiro Update: Responsive and Improved

Up until now, Mejiro sort of worked on mobile devices. But sort of is, of course, not good enough. So after some hacking and tweaking, I’ve managed to rework Mejiro into a fully-responsive application using example code in the excellent Responsive Image Grids Using CSS article as a starting point.


There are probably some wrinkles that need to be ironed out, but the core functionality has been implemented and should work as intended.


In other news, Mejiro now supports shortened URLs, courtesy of the service. Image-based navigation has been replaced with links, and the navigation logic has been improved.

As always, a Mejiro demo is available for your viewing pleasure. And you can download the latest version of the app from the project’s GitHub repository.

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