Cross-Platform Browser Testing

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When you’re debugging a website, you need to know how it will look in every browser. For that, you need to do some cross-platform browser testing, but the question is, how? Let’s find out.

Free Preview: Cross-Platform Browser Testing

Introduction

05:08

1.Introduction
3 lessons, 27:31

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1.1
Introduction
05:08

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1.2
The Browser Landscape
06:16

1.3
Setting Up Browsers For Testing Purposes
16:07

2.Tools
10 lessons, 1:34:45

2.1
Introducing Modern.ie
07:12

2.2
Understanding Modern.ie Scan Results
08:55

2.3
Setting Up Virtual Machines On Windows
13:20

2.4
Setting Up Virtual Machines On OSX
10:07

2.5
Using BrowserStack.com
12:56

2.6
Testing IE Versions Using The F12 Developer Tools
05:59

2.7
What are HTTP Debugging Proxies?
03:02

2.8
An Overview Of Fiddler For Http Debugging On Windows
17:06

2.9
An Overview of Charles for HTTP Debugging on OSX and Linux
09:40

2.10
Using Autoresponders To Debug Minified Production Code
06:28

3.Conclusion
1 lesson, 03:59

3.1
Conclusion
03:59


Preview for Cross-Platform Browser Testing
Lessons:
14
Length:
2.1 hours
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About Rey Bango
Rey is the Editor of Nettuts+ and works hard to serve up excellent technical articles and resources to help make web developers successful. He's also a developer evangelist at Telerik focused on helping developers building awesome experiences, an advocate for cross-browser, standards-based development and a former member of the jQuery Project Team.
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