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In Responsive websites designing, checking the interface on different devices is always necessary to ensure that our website interface can be displayed well in every device.

Of course, few people use every device to check the interface of the website because not everyone has enough equipment, but will use the support tools in the browser such as Viewport Resizer, ResponSinator.com, or even Is manual testing by self-stretching the browser.

However, the support tools mentioned above can not compare with the actual quality of the website when displayed on the actual device. Besides, installing the phone simulator is heavy and time consuming.

Yesterday I accidentally known a new browser service for the purpose of testing and debugging websites on the phone devices, which is the browser Blisk.

What is Browser Blisk ?

 

This is a browser (developed from Chromium source code) designed specifically for Web designers with the goal of debugging interfaces across devices such as smartphones, tablets and desktops.

But it is not like the usual screening techniques, which will completely simulate the display on your phone, you can interact directly with the phone interface and most importantly use a separate Inspect Element to debug, support live reload.

Debug with Inspect Element

One difference between Blisk and other test applications is that it allows us to debug our own emulation interface with a separate Inspect Element. This means that when you right-click and select Inspect Element on your phone, you will debug separately on the phone interface, and similarly on the desktop interface.

 More info: https://williamreview.com/blisk-responsive-inspection-browser/

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