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Ryan B.3,236 Points
Can we add the meta tag
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width">
in the beginning stages of building our app knowing that it will eventually need to be done?
I would think maybe you would want to itemize the widths depending on the viewport. The experience on the web may not be very desirable and if you wanted to make adjustments for the web, I imagine that could be tiresome and cause issues. I think the media query would be best.
I'm still new at all of this myself but I think if it was something preferable, it would have been demonstrated already. When I studied How To Build A Website and CSS both instructors used media query in CSS. That's also the approach I'm taking, it's easier to adjust once everything is in place.