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Responsive Testing Tool for different browsers/devices

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Dec 29, 2017

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Has anyone found a really good responsive website test software or online tool to test your adobe muse responsive website on different browsers and devices?. Also I wonder if this is something Muse can incorporate into future software versions?

Don’t think, this is a realistic approach. You can use the simulation modes, many browsers are offering (Safari, Chrome, …)

Or you have a look at sites like this: http://quirktools.com/screenfly/

Simulations like this can’t be always absolutely correct, but if Adobe wants more, they would have to built in all the different rendering engines and HTML/JavaScript parsers of all browsers out there in the market into Muse. And there are surely priorities to fulfil at first …

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Responsive Testing Tool for different browsers/devices

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Has anyone found a really good responsive website test software or online tool to test your adobe muse responsive website on different browsers and devices?. Also I wonder if this is something Muse can incorporate into future software versions?

Don’t think, this is a realistic approach. You can use the simulation modes, many browsers are offering (Safari, Chrome, …)

Or you have a look at sites like this: http://quirktools.com/screenfly/

Simulations like this can’t be always absolutely correct, but if Adobe wants more, they would have to built in all the different rendering engines and HTML/JavaScript parsers of all browsers out there in the market into Muse. And there are surely priorities to fulfil at first …

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Don’t think, this is a realistic approach. You can use the simulation modes, many browsers are offering (Safari, Chrome, …)

Or you have a look at sites like this: http://quirktools.com/screenfly/

Simulations like this can’t be always absolutely correct, but if Adobe wants more, they would have to built in all the different rendering engines and HTML/JavaScript parsers of all browsers out there in the market into Muse. And there are surely priorities to fulfil at first …

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