Jitsi Meet works with Firefox 40 on Android:
Congratulations! This is fantastic. This is a game changer.
However, Jitsi Meet is not yet adapted to small screens and a touch interface.
The Bootstrap front-end framework is ideal to make an interface responsive:
And responsive is not just about small screens. It's also about huge
Bootstrap provides many benefits, one of which is easy access to theme
generators and thousands of free and paid themes. But also
"mobile-first" design and intensive testing with all browsers, etc.
Many apps have moved to Bootstrap, like Joomla!, Moodle, phpMyFAQ,
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, ClearOS, etc. and some have been built with
it from the ground up. Ex.: Syncthing
The Bootstrap community is very active and has the expertise and
energy to do a fantastic job in this area, and also to solve edge
cases and browser bugs that a community like Jitsi would never want to
go so deep in. To illustrate, please see the "Wall of browser bugs"
Most starred project on Github (double the stars of #2)
Over 700 have contributed source code:
8% of the top 1 million sites are using Bootstrap:
And at least 6 million sites in all.
Beyond the Bootstrap code itself, the ecosystem is huge and diverse.
Here is a "tour / help" lib which could be really cool as a helper for
new users to Jitsi Meet:
Over 300 other resources:
Bootstrap 3.x is mature now, and 4.x is one the way:
If this feature request is accepted, the following ticket could be re-opened: