I have came up with an Evergreen template using bootstrap that makes the OPAC alot more mobile friendly and have a version of it used at my library <https://live.nflibrary.ca/eg/opac>. This was brought about as a result of last year's polling at the Evergreen conference for an updated and responsive look to the OPAC. I plan on pushing this forward to a future release when I have a chance to properly set up my dev environment. It may be a touch out of date depending on which version you are running but the bug (wishlist) item is here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/evergreen/+bug/1778972 It includes a link to the repo of the template created and a list of the larger parts of the redesign. Hopefully, I can make it part of Evergreen soon!
On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 at 19:07, Jason Stephenson <ja...@sigio.com> wrote: > Amy, > > There has been a lot of work done over the years to make the OPAC useful > on mobile devices. Last time that I tried it, admittedly over 2 years > ago, it worked rather well on my Samsung S4. > > I don't think anyone has actively kept up with it, but there are likely > some open Launchpad bugs about the OPAC on mobile devices. > > HtH, > Jason > > On 4/10/19 4:18 PM, Amy Terlaga wrote: > > Hi all-- > > > > Does anyone know if there is any development work afoot for the mobile > > version of the OPAC? The reason I ask - one of our library directors > > would love to see status on the search results page, instead of having > > to click into each record. > > > > Thanks, > > Amy > > -- > > +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ > > Amy Terlaga > > Director of Member Services > > Bibliomation, Inc. > > 24 Wooster Avenue > > Waterbury, CT 06708 > > (203)577-4070 x101 > > terl...@biblio.org <mailto:terl...@biblio.org> > -- Chris Burton Computer Programmer Analyst *Technology Associate @* *Niagara Falls Public Library* 4848 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 4C5 Tel 905-356-8080 x 267 cbur...@nflibrary.ca <cd...@nflibrary.ca> <https://my.nflibrary.ca>