Put device frames around your mobile/web/progressive app screenshots.
npm install -g deviceframe
Pass in filenames, file globs, websites urls, or image urls. In any combination or order.
$ dframe cat.jpg $ dframe http://github.com $ dframe http://github.com dog.png https://i.imgur.com/aw2bc01.jpg *.bmp
deviceframe will prompt you for the frames you want to use. You can select multiple frames and search by typing. Once you have selected all the frames you want to use, hit ESC.
The frames will be downloaded from a CDN and cached locally in case you want to re-use them.
If you want to use it non-interactively you can pass frames in with the
$ dframe cat.jpg --frame "iphone 6" $ dframe cat.jpg --frame "iphone 7 silver" --frame "iphone 5 blue"
You can also use one flag and separate the devices by commas:
$ dframe cat.jpg --frame "iphone 6s, macbook air"
Make a screenshot of an Ionic app locally:
$ ionic serve
In another terminal:
$ dframe --delay 5 http://localhost:8100
For website URLs, deviceframe will load the page with the aspect ratio and pixel density of selected device(s).
Here's Product Hunt's website on a Macbook Air, iPad, and iPhone:
Currently 52 unique devices. Run
dframe --devices to get a list
- 166 phone + color combinations (Apple, Google, Samsung, HTC, Motorola)
- 6 tablets (iPad, Surface, Nexus 9)
- 9 computers (Apple, Dell, Microsoft)
- 5 monitors
- 4 watches (Apple Watch 1+2, Moto 360, Sony SmartWatch 3) either open or closed.
- deviceframe caches frame images in a cache directory using env-paths
- Pixel ratio information comes from https://mydevice.io/devices/
- iPhone X renders the image below the notch.
Logo icon created by Vallone Design from the Noun Project