it's basically really just a question of view.
Here's an old blog post about creating an iphone view:
But there is one serious drawback: You have to provide a mobile
Here are the required parts:
Mobile detection: This belongs into your project configuration:
Symfony patch enabling fallback to html templates: (Patches
Finally provide a mobile template (or not):
This also works for layouts, partials and components. Example: apps/
Have a nice day,
On 6 Sep., 00:29, Alexandre Salomé <alexandre.sal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's just a question of view.
> You should create dedicated routes with a sf_format "mini"
> 2010/9/2 Dennis <gear...@sbcglobal.net>
> > Rather than go the plugin route, why not use either a '.mobi' tld, or
> > On Sep 1, 4:57 am, Benoit Montuelle <benoit.montue...@gmail.com>
> > > You can trigger events in your project configuration upon user agent to
> > > The strategy to use another app depends wether your mobile app should
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> > > I am wondering what others have done to create a mobile site for their
> > > What I am planning on doing is moving all my modules to a plugin and
> > > What strategies have you come up with? Is there an agreed upon best
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