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Responsive Test

This tool is used to test responsive layout. You can see the live demo on http://responsivetest.net.

Powered by jQuery, Bootstrap 3, and AngularJS.

You should also check BootstrapValidator, the best jQuery plugin to validate form fields. It's another cool thing by @nghuuphuoc

ResponsiveTest screen shot

Download and run

  • Download ResponsiveTest from the Github page directly. It's also possible to download the tool with bower:
$ bower install responsivetest
  • Point your web server to the ResponsiveTest directory. You can use python to simplify this step by running the following command:
$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer <port>

Then, access the browser at http://localhost:<port>

ResponsiveTest is written in CSS, Javascript, and HTML entirely. The tool uses an Ajax request to retrieve the devices data which is stored in an external file (data/devices.json).

As you know, the browser doesn't allow to do it if the file is served locally due to security concern Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin

That's why we need to run it with a HTTP server.

Add more devices

The device sizes are defined in data/devices.json file.

If you want it to support more devices and screen resolutions, please fork the project and pull a new request.

You don't have to rebuild if you only change the data/devices.json file.

By default, the tool will randomly load an URL found in randomUrls section from data/devices.json.

Build

The build process finds the CSS, JS files in the src and compresses them, places compressed files in the dist directory.

First, use grunt to install the dependent packages:

$ npm install grunt --save-dev
$ npm install grunt-contrib-copy --save-dev
$ npm install grunt-contrib-cssmin --save-dev
$ npm install grunt-contrib-uglify --save-dev
$ npm install grunt-ngmin --save-dev

Then, execute the following command to build:

$ grunt

Author

ResponsiveTest is developed by Nguyen Huu Phuoc

Big thanks to the contributors:

License

Copyright (c) 2013 Nguyen Huu Phuoc

ResponsiveTest is licensed under the MIT license.