11 comments

  • Miguel Solorio, 6 years ago

    Is it just me, or did that video explain absolutely nothing? Aside from that, this looks like a version of the Aptus Mac app

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  • Shakti DashShakti Dash, 6 years ago

    Well, Id love to use this, but seriously, not a single image or video of a working example? Whats happening to products!

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    • Dino PaskvanDino Paskvan, 6 years ago

      This one barely counts, but it's better than nothing: http://quick.as/4rspm8

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      • Klein MaetschkeKlein Maetschke, 6 years ago

        For what it’s worth, screenshots are coming. We realized the problem after the app was submitted and we’re required to update the app before adding new screenshots. So as soon as the 1.1 release hits, we’ll rectify this.

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  • Seth TompkinsSeth Tompkins, 6 years ago

    Did everyone forget about this?

    http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/developertools/mobile/

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  • Jitendra Vyas, 5 years ago

    It is not working with https

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  • Robin , 6 years ago

    Gave it a go, will be useful for a quick flick through a site as you're building just to make sure things are falling properly but it's never going to be a real part of a testing arsenal (imo)

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  • Jeremy TreudenJeremy Treuden, 6 years ago

    This could definitely come in handy, especially for just getting a start on a project to see how things will roughly look in various browser sizes, devices, etc. I'm into it!

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  • Lucas AlmeidaLucas Almeida, 6 years ago

    Nice! Just got it to try it out.

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  • Daniel HaimDaniel Haim, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    Purchased.

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  • Matt SoriaMatt Soria, 6 years ago

    Just tried this out, and I must say, I kinda dig it. It's not extremely useful, but it's pretty nifty. I'm personally not a fan of the Webkit Devtools - I much prefer Chrome's, or even Firebug. I'll see how much I actually use it on my next project though.

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