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Edge Inspect uses the UIWebView component on iOS and the WebView component on Android. We use the web view components from the respective device APIs because we need fine-grained control and events of the browser we're displaying the synchronously browsed web pages in. We can't get that level of control simply by using the native browsers, so we use those components.
We configure the web view components to perform as similarly as possible to the native browsers on the devices. UIWebView and Safari are both based on Webkit, so in theory they should render the same, and we are not aware of any rendering differences between UIWebView & Safari on iOS. There are other, non-rendering differences that do exist, and if you're interested in learning what those are, here's some links to get you started:
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Mark , Im not able to see the values i entered in google chrome browser in desktop getting displayed on connected devices.
Im testing a web application which has lot of fields in it , so i was thinking if edge inspect could help me on it.