1script - 10:46 pm on Aug 13, 2013 (gmt 0)
LOL, well, sure, but Bootstrap is called mobile-first front-end framework. Also, it's not like a JQM site is not functional on desktop. It does work, it just looks too cute and over the top. On a mobile phone though, their propensity to make EVERYTHING a button kinda works.
Perhaps thats why its called JQuery Mobile?
I don't know, I'm browsing through Bootstrap examples on a smartphone and I'm not quite getting that feeling of it being well designed for touch. It seems suitable for small screens, sure, but the things that are supposed to be touched are kinda more inviting in the way JQM renders it. I suppose everything can be CSSed but then why would you use a framework ...