document how to get a robust mobile testing setup going. #8

paulirish opened this Issue Oct 22, 2010 · 14 comments


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paulirish commented Oct 22, 2010

Basically links to all the emulators of the devices that are in jquery mobile's mgbs:

And how to get going.. and what's the best OS to do it all on.. etc.

Filament Group would be great to do this but anyone could, really.


paulirish commented Dec 20, 2010

Looks like PPK has basically done this with his recent ALA post:

I don't have all the browsers listed on the jQuery Mobile site, but I wrote a blog post on my exploits getting devices last month and the cost:


paulirish commented Nov 5, 2011

Also I think perfectomobile (and soon browserstack) factor into this..


paulirish commented Jan 5, 2012

Posted some resources I've used and come across that may be useful.

deepak commented May 10, 2012
They seem to have a collect everything possible approach
and it is crowdsourced


dmolsen commented Jul 18, 2012

I put together the details of how we set-up our device lab at West Virginia University. We've also open sourced a tool, Throttle, that we're using to test how well our sites perform at less than optimal network speeds/connections. I'm hoping to do a follow-up post that focuses on the software-side of a device lab showing how we're using Adobe Shadow & shim too.


paulirish commented Jul 27, 2012

very related: cataloging all people's mobile device test setups here:

Ideally are you after a HTML5Rocks article, site or...something else? :)

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