Office Dev Center just posted the link Announcing Responsive UI Package for SharePoint on-premises (2013 and 2016) that says the PnP team released the ui package for enabling the responsiveness in SharePoint on-premise environment.

Here I’m summarize the points added in that post,

  • The package supports only SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016 on-premise environment. Not less than SharePoint 2010.
  • Supports three type of rendering models
    • Desktop: screen width above 768px
    • Tablet: screen width between 481px and 768px
    • SmartPhone: screen width lower than or eual to 480px
  • Supports OOTB master pages
  • Responsive UI is applied to following page in root site or any subsite
    • Home Page
    • Web Part Pages
    • Wiki Pages
    • Document Libraries
    • Lists
    • Site Contents
    • Site Settings
  • The package is created based on the JavaScript embed pattern
  • Responsive package in the PnP-Tools GitHub repository: – Includes detailed step-by-step setup instructions and other details for using this in your deployment in the readme file.
  • PnP PowerShell CommandLets: Open source extension CmdLets to automate operations for SharePoint on-premises or SharePoint Online
  • Responsive package introduction at PnP Channel 9 video blog: Demonstrates how to use the available resources to make your on-premises SharePoint deployment responsive.
  • Responsive UI package for SharePoint Online can be download from Responsive template in PnP partner pack for responsive UI for the SharePoint Online

Happy learning :)