Trimble suite of products spans a plethora of sectors and devices. In order to ensure different teams can build beautiful user experiences, Modus currently supports the following devices and platforms:
Software that is built to be viewed on a web-browser on a desktop, tablet, and/or other mobile device. The content adapts to different screen sizes. Modus provides a responsive grid and design patterns that reflect best usability practices for all breakpoints.
The Modus Framework supports the following browsers:
- Chrome >= 60
- Firefox >= 60
- iOS >= 10
- Safari >= 10
- Android >= 6
Note: As Microsoft themselves have dropped support we no longer include that in our default browserlist config, but you can add easily add support by editing the browserlist config for your project.
We use Autoprefixer to handle intended browser support via CSS prefixes, which uses Browserslist to manage these browser versions. Consult their documentation for how to integrate these tools into your projects.
A desktop application runs on a computer or device locally and is built to be installed in the environment of the device’s operating system (i.e. Microsoft Windows).
Modus supports native, hybrid, and web-based apps designed to run on a mobile device such as a phone or a tablet. Currently, we do not support watch patterns.
Modus currently does not provide support for software run on in-cab hardware and mixed-reality devices, such as the Microsoft HoloLens.