Google added more features on Tuesday to its web-based Chrome Developer Tools for developers to build mobile web apps. Using the latest Chrome beta programmers can replicate an Android device in their browser for app development or easily hook up an actual Android phone or tablet and screen cast their app.
With the new desktop browser’s DevTools for Mobile can now emulate the behavior of mobile devices to their display resolutions, sensors and touch input for those who require to test on actual hardware.
Chrome 32’s new USB support allows you screen cast an Android device’s browser to see how code runs without leaving the developer environment. You can also now set the screen dimensions of the page being rendered to get an even more precise view of what you’d get on a mobile device.
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“This allows developers to debug mobile browsers on different devices and operating systems via the Settings Menu. So, now, you can emulate the exact device metrics of devices like the Galaxy Nexus and the iPhone to test your media query-driven design,” Google explained. “Chrome Developer Tools also supports single touch event emulation to make it easier to debug mobile applications on the desktop.” it added.