Someone show me a car shopper that ever does this:
From this, we non-technical people conclude "thats cool, I can see it, this looks superior".
For me, its really simple. Responsive is the end game where we're all going, but, responsive has performance problems that are being worked out. Adaptive is a stepping stone to responsive.
Anyone loyal to amazon has watched them evolve. They started adaptive (low risk) and now are woking in responsive elements into the UI.
Lastly, Google has ZERO problems with adaptive sites (vs responsive).
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So when a vendor indicates that they have a blended version of responsive and adaptive...is that possible?