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If you haven't already done so, you should research whether your users will find all of the data in these tables actually valuable to view on a mobile device. If the answer is yes, then look into responsive table patterns. Your app may not be responsive, but you can still learn fro the mobile design patterns. Here are a few resources I found: http://zurb....


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In addition to the "it depends on the app" answer, i'll throw in this: "It depends on the user's preference". Therefore, if you want to really impress users, allow the option to do all 3. But of course this means more work. Also, you should consider if the side menu is something that you'd expect users to keep open more often than not. If so, then perhaps ...


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It depends on your application. Will you be using any information on the table when doing something on the sidebar? If so, I would go with Method A (with or without transparency). It also seems to be best practices for a few style guides (check Google's Material Design for Navigation drawer at https://material.google.com/patterns/navigation-drawer.html#...



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