We are keeping an eye on the market penetration of Windows Phone 8. At a certain threshold we would develop a client for it, but we're not at that point yet.
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To debug on Windows phone, you can use Weinre directly, without Edge Inspect.
Here is a walkthrough:
I would also like to have windows phone 8 client
I know this is an old discussion, but thought I'd just point out some of the recent articles that are appearing on the ever increasing Windows Phone market share: http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/384484/windows-phone-hits-double-digit-share-in-uk
Just thought it was worth mentioning
The Windows Phone market is growing at a steady pace. I personally develop websites and I test them on all 3 major platform, Android, iOS and WP. Hopefully Adobe would support WP. It's bloody annoying to have it on the first 2 platforms and WP is left out. Common' Adobe! All other companies are beginning to support WP already!
I had the same issue. I simply want to debug on Android, iOS and Windows Phone as well. My flustration with Adobe end up by developing simple alternative to Adobe Edge Inspect which is call BrowSync. http://browsync.net/
- no software to install, only Chrome Extention
- no registration, simply pick some passphrase to pair all your devices
There is also a web version, which use iframe and can be used on any platforms on any device http://browsync.net/client/
Right now, I wish I had Edge Inspect for the Windows 8.1 Tablet that I'm testing on simply for the screen shot option. I can't even figure out how to do it on the tablet because once the app opens, the snippet program stays with the desktop. Come on Adobe, support the developers, not the market! Or both, you can support both...
pls make client for windows phone 10