Chapter 11Responsive Screen-Capture Project

Let’s Build Something Cool

The point of this chapter is reaching up into the open-source world and pulling down a tool called PhantomJS. Incorporating it into your toolbox will take a steady hand. It has unique applications for critiquing, testing, and documenting your websites.

Fundamentally, PhantomJS is a web browser that doesn’t show you what it’s looking at. You drive it on the command line, and it reports on what you ask it about. Questions are formed via small JavaScript scripts.

Some of this is going to seem advanced, and it’s going to involve installing tools and writing code. It’s all right, though. Hang in there and keep up with the explanations, because it’s worth it. By the time we’re ...

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