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Any difference between mobile responsive and Conditional resource loading?

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Conditional resource loading is the Loading of different website resources for mobile and desktop users.
Unlike mobile responsive which involves loading the same html and JavaScript for mobile and desktop pages, conditional resource loading tries to eliminate loading resources that affect mobile performance.

Example of Conditional resource loading;

  • For desktop pages: load Facebook share button with share link
  • For mobile pages: Load Facebook share link only

What has happened here is that we have loaded Facebook share in mobile and desktop pages but in mobile page we have removed the JavaScript that displays Facebook share button.

Visit: Blogging Tools to see example of social share links.

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