Responsive View

Test your responsive design across different devices

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#2 Product of the DayFebruary 08, 2016
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    Da MalibiranWeb Designer
    Pros: 

    The most complete, yet

    Cons: 

    dunno

    I just want to suggest you that it will be awesome if there will be an option to take a full-page screenshot of each devices.

    That would be awesome! :)

    Da Malibiran has used this product for one day.

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Willy @willyyr
Cool! After entering a website it would be great if you could generate a link i can sent to clients for them to view the result. At the moment it's always "er.php".
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Paul Prins@paulprins · Founder - Fresh Vine
@willyyr yea a shareable link would be awesome. Nice job on it.
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Dan Li@kittylover34 · Product Lead, Shopbolt
@willyyr Check Responsinator, they give you site-specific sharable links. http://www.responsinator.com/. No desktop options tho, only mobile/tablet
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shashank harwalkar@i_shank · Created Wideversion.com
@paulprins @willyyr I like that.
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shashank harwalkar@i_shank · Created Wideversion.com
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Ben@benmarten · Software Engineer @ Infuse.us
By the way Safari has that feature built in! Develop > Enter Responsive Design Mode :)
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Michael Klein@michaelkleincc
@benmarten I didn't know that, thanks!
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Boris Karulin@karulin · iOS/Mac developer
Why don't just use the Responsive Design Mode in Safari (Alt+Cmd+R)? Other browsers have similar features too.
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Boris Karulin@karulin · iOS/Mac developer
BTW, Alt+Click on a screen icon changes orientation in this mode.
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Ron Valderrama@streamnowceo · CEO, Stream Now TV
Would be great to see Android too. I have most of these devices but always have to wonder how it looks on Android while working.
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justin avery@justinavery · Owner, Simple Things
I like these things (I created something similar). Recommended updates: - It should definitely have a query string or a hash at the end to make it shareable - Add some error calculation for XFRAME Options (add google.com into the URL to see what I mean) This is still much more suited to providing a general overview to people about what you mean when you say responsive, or as a screenshot tool for your portfolio. Testing is next to useless using iframes so you're much better off with actual devices or something like browserstack.