About varocarbas.com

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© 2015-2017 Alvaro Carballo Garcia

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Project 10

Project 9

Project 8

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UnitParser

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NO NEW PROJECTS:
Project 10 is expected to be the last formal project of varocarbas.com. I will continue using this site as my main self-promotional R&D-focused online resource, but by relying on other more adequate formats like domain ranking.
Note that the last versions of all the successfully completed projects (5 to 10) will always be available.
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Proudly mobile unfriendly

varocarbas.com wasn't born mobile unfriendly. In fact, the first versions were small-screen compatible; a functionality which I included without giving too much thought to it because of being a basic requirement (?!).

While evolving its structure further, I realised that the original mobile version wasn't good anymore and decided to temporarily disable it. My intention was to wait for a definitive enough version before redoing this part (note that the current highly-functional and not-too-ugly appearance is the result of multiple unplanned modifications happening at irregular times). But one day I wondered why a mobile version is required at all? I don't want visitors reading what I wrote while talking to someone else or while jogging. How can a site like varocarbas.com be properly enjoyed from a mobile device? If I am not interested in these visitors, why should my site support them?

In summary, I am not adapting varocarbas.com to small screens because of preferring big-screen, calmed and keen-on-properly-enjoying-this-site visitors. Nevertheless (and logically), I am not absolutely against mobile versions; the aforementioned ideas make sense in this specific context, but not everywhere. For example, customsolvers.com (its current 2.0 version, which I started developing at the same time than varocarbas.com) has been mobile-friendly almost since the very first moment.