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    Responsive testing

    HI all,


    Which is best responsive testing site?

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    That site is only screen-responsive, which accomplishes the same thing as resizing your browser window.
    For device-responsive, maybe Android SDK would work. I don't know of any site that actually emulates devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kralcx View Post
    Thank You kralcx... this is good for testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanohard View Post
    That site is only screen-responsive, which accomplishes the same thing as resizing your browser window.
    For device-responsive, maybe Android SDK would work. I don't know of any site that actually emulates devices.
    Thank You nanohard..

    Is Android SDK having different relosution check functionality like 'screenfly'? And is pixel accurate with devices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karthipriya View Post
    Is Android SDK having different relosution check functionality like 'screenfly'? And is pixel accurate with devices?
    The resolution would only be for Android-sized devices.
    I haven't set it up yet for myself so I don't know the functionality, but I would expect it to be pubic-hair accurate since the purpose of an SDK is to develop for that device. But to be clear it is "Android SDK" so it is for emulating an Android phone. There are other SDKs available for other devices as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karthipriya View Post
    Thank You kralcx... this is good for testing
    Bear in mind that there are (at least) two different ways of making a web page responsive:
    - Responding to the window size (which reacts to dynamic re-sizing).
    - Responding to the device width (which can support different layouts on different displays, with or without also reacting to dynamic re-sizing).

    The latter is more subtle, but can be more difficult to test.

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