Re: Adaptive images

Cf Content negotiation of images quality based on HTTP [1]

Le 31 mai 2011 à 06:23, Henri Sivonen a écrit :
> There's an expired ID for that:

Some mobile devices are currently using CC/PP [2][3], but I have no idea how widely it is used and it might be less obvious than HTTP headers. There is a trade-off. The issue is to find a mechanism in which the information is on the device side to be trusted. (hear go away with user agent sniffing: #sniffkill)

From the Mutz draft.

UA-pix-x= <n>
UA-pix-y= <m>

   The display size of the client's device is transmitted in total
   horizontal <n> and vertical <m> pixel number, for example: UA-pix-
   x=1024, UA-pix-y=768.  The intent is to present and allow the
   selection of the resource variants best suited to a client's device.

The draft has a reference to "Transparent Content Negotiation in HTTP" 6.1 Feature tags [4] RFC2295


Karl Dubost -
Developer Relations & Tools, Opera Software

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