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CSS Unused CSS Stages Media Queries Device-Specific Media Queries: Part 1

Adam Casey
Adam Casey
3,796 Points

iOS simulator?

You mention an iOS simulator in the video. Where do I get this?

2 Answers

Justin Allen
Justin Allen
4,558 Points

You have to download Xcode from the App Store. But if you are testing for responsiveness you can give this site a shot(you can use a localhost). http://deviceponsive.com Or just google for "testing responsive web design" and some others come up. Also firefox and chrome have some pretty good plug-ins for testing. I just find using Xcode for that kind of testing is overkill.

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Also, Xcode is only available on a Mac.