Magnolia 6.1 reached end of life on March 31, 2021. This branch is no longer supported, see End-of-life policy.
Provide the same functionality on all devices. Tablets are first-class citizens on Magnolia.
Providing the same functionality on all devices means that sometimes you need to make compromises. Not all functionality works well on touch devices. Aiming for equal user experience means you should not rely on desktop features and interaction patterns that are difficult to do with touch.
Only the first action in a group is displayed on tablets
Only the first action in an action group is displayed right away to touch devices such as tablets. The remaining actions are displayed only after a long press. Make sure that the first action in every group is an action that users need often.
Action bar on a tablet:
Action bar on a desktop browser:
iFrames in general are problematic on tablets. The more complex the third-party library, the more likely it is you will have problems. Simple is better. Be prepared to fall back to a simpler solution, such as from a rich text editor to a plain text editor on touch devices.