Web developers who want to test their websites before launching will make great use of Blisk. It’s a browser that emulates your webpage and the features in it. The app will display your site in various aspects and ratios. This is useful when you want to see how things look on mobile devices.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7|
|Date||Thursday, October 17th 2019|
Debug your web-based projects
Blisk refreshes your webpage every time you make an update in the source codes. This feature helps you see the changes right away without closing and reloading. Another reason why it’s useful is that you’re able to determine any mistakes in the code quickly.
Even when you overlook a mistake, the browser will catch it. There’s also an Error Report tool that detects inconsistency in your code lines. On top of that, the Debug function makes sure new errors won’t reoccur. Keep in mind that debugging only tells you what’s wrong. You still have to rewrite the code.
Blisk works across many different devices. You can save your work on a desktop and continue on a mobile device. When not building a website, you can use it as a browser. By enabling developer mode, you can see the source code that your favourite sites use.
Blisk has many advanced features that might not be familiar with people new to website design. You may end up spending a lot of time watching tutorials instead of making sites. If you’re working on your first project, try the free version before going premium.