Have you ever heard of reactive web design? Do you Know??
If you mean "responsive", this typically means the page is designed such that the layout changes depending on the width of the screen.
There are people throwing around the word "reactive" to mean various things but there doesn't appear to be any consensus.
Maybe it would be helpful if you explained why you are asking.
I was asked if I could make a partial response page
If you are looking to build a partially responsive page with FileMaker you can use the anchors in the inspector to make objects stretch as the window expands.
However if you want dramatically different page sizes then anchors won't be enough so you need to create layouts based on set sizes and then using the OnLayoutSizeChange script triggers to run a script that get the screen width using Get ( WindowContentWidth ) < Your Set Layout Width to work out which layout to display.
This technique works quite well, the only downside is you have multiple layouts to maintain for the various screen sizes, depending on how many variations you need and what you are designing for, For mobile/desktop apps I generally just go with the smallest size for an iPhone, then iPad and then a desktop and use anchors on objects so they layout stretches between those sizes.
I hope this helps
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So what are you developing in?
I do not know. But I think it can be done in Java or HTML.
Oh ok, well if your looking to build a site with responsiveness then there are plenty of options out there, just google or ""responsive web design framework" or "responsive web design framework" and there are plenty of options from CSS examples and entire sites to out there that you can learn or buy.
I suppose reactive programming could be considered 'responsive', in that communication between the client and server is more efficient. But reactive isn't usually referred to in the visual design sense. Mostly (the way I understand it) it's about dependencies and asynchronous calls... dynamically updating sections of a web page as the data model changes under the hood. More than that, dependencies, such that changes to an element on a loaded page will trigger changes to any other element(s) relying on it. That could be something as simple as updating a 'subtotal' for an online shopping cart, or as complicated as pushing document changes to several users all sharing/marking up the same Google Docs spreadsheet.
"If you tell a baker your troubles, don't be surprised if he suggests a loaf of bread. "
You've asked your question on a forum intended to support development of FileMaker based solutions. Thus, answers will usually be in terms of using FileMaker to accomplish your task.
If you aren't going to use FileMaker, perhaps you have asked your question in the wrong forum?
This is a great source:
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Responsive web design - Wikipedia
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