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Instant Website Touch Integration by Alexander Dickson

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Testing while keeping your sanity (Simple)

Touch events are awesome on touch-enabled devices. Unfortunately, your development environment is generally not touch-enabled, which means testing these events can be trickier than normal testing. Thankfully, there are a bunch of methods to test these events on non-touch enabled devices, so you don't have to constantly switch between environments. In saying that though, it's still important to do the final testing on actual devices, as there can be subtle differences.

How to do it...

  1. Learn how to do initial testing with Google Chrome.
  2. Debug remotely with Mobile Safari and Safari.
  3. Debug further with simulators and emulators.
  4. Use general tools to debug your web application.

How it works…

As mentioned earlier, ...

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