The browser requires a special tag to properly render its content in a mobile browser. Without a viewport meta tag, mobile devices render pages at typical desktop screen widths, and then scale the pages to fit the mobile screens. Setting the viewport enables you to control the width and scaling of the viewport. Include the viewport <meta> tag in your HTML file inside the <head> block as shown below:
You can export only dashboard items when the Web Dashboard displays dashboards on mobile phones.
Mobile Layout's Views
Web Dashboard in the mobile layout consists of the following views:
The List view displays all dashboard items used in the current dashboard. The item's interactivity is disabled. Filter elements are not displayed in the List view (see Dashboard Items Behavior).
The Item view displays the selected item. Interactivity is supported. Filter elements are not displayed in the Item view (see Dashboard Items Behavior).
The Filter panel displays filters that are applied to the entire dashboard / dashboard items. Click the Filter button (the icon) in the List view / Item view to see the filters applied to the entire dashboard / dashboard item, respectively. Click the required filter in the Filter panel to open the corresponding filter element and filter data.
You can register the dashboard panel extension to display a list of available dashboards in a mobile layout and have a capability to switch between them. The Dashboards button is displayed at the top of the control after you register the extension.
Mobile Layout's Mode
The Mobile layout is automatically enabled on mobile phones. You can use the MobileLayoutEnabled property of the corresponding technology/framework to change the mobile layout's mode: