Using device emulators


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Using device emulators

All right. So now that we have the emulators installed and we've verified that they are able to access the localhost server, let's take a deeper look at some of the features each emulator gives us to test our mobile web pages. We're going to start off by looking at the Windows Phone Emulator. When I move my mouse over the emulator here, you'll see this little ghost toolbar shows up, and the toolbar gives us access to a couple of things. First, it allows us to rotate the emulator. So I can rotate the emulator to the right, I can rotate the emulator to the left, and so on.

Let me go ahead and launch IE. IE is the only application that comes installed by default with the emulator, and I will just click through these screens. So that's how you use the Rotation toolbar over here. The other thing I am going to show you really quickly is when I put the cursor in the Edit field down here, you'll see that the virtual screen keyboard comes up by default, and I can use that fo...

Using device emulators
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Using device emulators provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Joe Marini as part of the Mobile Web Design & Development Fundamentals

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