The Edge Inspect Chrome extension only works with Chrome.
Thank you very much, Mark, for your prompt and speedy reply.
Are there any plans for it to work with safari as I'm sure that will give me the best test for EA content to be used in an iPad app
I'm not entirely sure if you're referring to Safari on your computer or Safari on your iPad, so I'll answer for both:
- If you meant Safari on your iPad, well, the answer is also no, but for a different reason. We're making use of the UIWebView component because by embedding that component in our application we have much greater control over it and can implement customizations like screenshots, remote inspect, cache clearing, and things like that to make Edge Inspect more fully featured. UIWebView and Safari are both based on WebKit, and we've configured the UIWebView component to behave as much like Safari as possible. At this point in time we know of no rendering differences between the two, the only differences we're aware of are performance-related... Safari is faster than the UIWebView component. Since we'd essentially need to cripple/remove a number of features to make Edge Inspect work with Safari, there are no plans to make that happen.
Hope this helps,
Well explained, I think I'll just install chrome on my mac to quickly test my EA comps on the iPad.
Much easier than testing through DPS or uploading to my server!!