Exactly what I want happening.

I tested it with the major browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari)
and Windows, Android, i/OS. All of the browsers and devices handled the
JSON as expected.

Was this something you had already done, or did you make this page using
the data I showed?

I used a tool named Fiddler to extract the JSON from your web site. Then
tested it with the site that Pete Helgren referred too. It looked

I had just completed the following sample application in conjunction with a
piece I'm writing about code for automatically adapting page layout to
various device types and screen sizes (responsive design):


It turned out to be a nice template for viewing your U.S. Presidents JSON.

By way of background, I've been writing a series of articles about IBM i UI
modernization. This includes writing samples and explaining how they work.


This is hosted on a iSeries?


I see you also have taken "mobile" into account.

That's precisely the point of the article I'm in process of writing now.
How to make page layout adapt to a variety of device types and screen sizes.

I like the tab for detail info. I have been thinking about hover or

Thanks for the feedback.

The tab leads to allowing updates though. Better idea, in my opinion.

Yes, I intend to progress to that later.

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