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The goal of website design is to guarantee that when users visit the site, they view material in an easy-to-read and relevant style. This is exacerbated even further by the fact that visitors today utilize a wide range of devices with different screen sizes and resolutions, forcing the designer to consider these factors while creating the site. They must ensure that their site works properly in a variety of browsers (cross-browser), operating systems (cross-platform), and devices (cross-device), which necessitates careful planning on the developer's part.
Web Browsers (most common)
A web browser is software that retrieves, displays, and navigates information on the World Wide Web. Browsers are often used on a desktop or laptop computer, tablet, or phone, although they may now be found on just about anything (i.e, on a fridge, in cars, etc.).
Headless browsers are web browsers that lack a graphical user interface and can be operated programmatically via a command line interface for web page automation (e.g., functional testing, scraping, unit testing, etc.). Consider a headless browser as a browser that can retrieve and navigate web pages and can be executed from the command line.
Webviews are used by native operating systems, in a native application, to run web pages. Think of a webview application like an iframe or a single tab from a web browser that is embedded in a native app running on a device (e.g., iOS, android, windows).
Native from Web Tech
Some examples of these environments are: Flutter and React Native