The Algarve Regional Coordination and Development Commission (CCDR) made available yesterday its new website, developed over the last months based on the latest technological models.
Keeping up with the speed with which information systems evolve, CCDR has invested in the new version of the content management system, combining faster, more features and superior security.
“On the one hand, the way in which content is produced and made available has been improved, and on the other, the necessary technological foundations have been laid so that new projects and services for the wider community can be developed in the near future”, refers to the institution.
With the growth in the variety of devices on which websites are viewed (laptops, tablets, netbooks, mobile phones, computers with larger screens or laptops with smaller screens, etc.), it has become necessary to adopt technological solutions that shape their content. monitor size and resolution variations.
In the specific case of the new website, a responsive design has been adopted where the page elements automatically adapt to the screen dimensions through their positioning, scaling and redrawing, since in the touch interfaces the mouse pointer is replaced by the user's finger.
It is also possible to intelligently use mobile features such as geolocation and change in device orientation (horizontal or vertical).
Like the Algarve Region Motorcycle Support Network (RAARA) website or the Algarve Spatial Data Infrastructure Platform (IDEAlg), presented in November 2018 and June 2019, respectively, CCDR's new website / Algarve was co-financed by EU funds under the CRESC ALGARVE 2020 Operational Program as part of the process of dematerialisation and administrative simplification of services.