There are many CMS options out there and they all have their features, pluses and minuses. Choosing the CMS that is right for you is based on several factors:
Since it would not be feasible to buy every popular mobile device on the market today to test applications, it is necessary as a developer to find ways to emulate various viewports. Until recently, I used Opera’s emulator that allowed the selection of device profiles from a dropdown menu. It worked fairly well though it was a little clunky.
As of this post, this site sports a customized child theme of Pinboard for WordPress, a responsive masonry grid design by One Designs. I’ve used Pinboard in the past as a parent theme for a WordPress version of my Legacy design, which I created using HTML5, CSS3 and AJAX back when they were still new kids on the block.
I started using Chrome browser when it first rolled out in 2008, mainly because it was faster and lighter than Firefox or Opera, and I tend to go for minimalism. In retrospect, Chrome has become the browser I use exclusively and recently I thought about why that is so.