Testing mobile app

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07-25-2014 06:40 AM
TimWitt2
MVP Regular Contributor

Hey everybody,

I was wondering if there is a way to test a javascript mobile app. To test a desktop app I use JSFiddle, which is create to get an idea of the look and feel of a desktop app. Is there anywhere, where I can post my mobile code and test it on my phone, to see how it looks?

Any help would be appreciated!

Tim

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HaroldBostic
Occasional Contributor II

I use remote debugging along with Brower

Remote Debugging on Android with Chrome - Google Chrome

TimWitt2
MVP Regular Contributor

Thanks for the link Harold, is there something comparable for IOS?

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AlexBostic
New Contributor II

Yes, but you need a MAC to get it all set up

Enable Remote Debugging with Safari Web Inspector in iOS 6 | Modus Create

I clicked reply too early in my first post.  Before I use remote debugging, I use the emulator in Chrome to get a sense how it will look on various devices

Mobile emulation - Google Chrome

Then I use remote debugging if something is not working as expected or css is not doing its job

Hope they help

SteveCole
Frequent Contributor

You can also try submitting the URL to your site to something like http://www.responsinator.com/ to see how it looks on various devices. It basically uses emulation to mimic what it would look like on the native device.