Google continues to help developers create their own applications by providing a series of tools that make it easier for them. In this sense, and with a view to the development of mobile applications through the web, Google is accompanying the launch of today’s latest beta version of Chrome with the introduction of a series of new tools for mobile application developers, as reported in its own announcement .
In this way, through the Chrome beta channel for desktop and Android, it is easier to develop and debug mobile web applications through an improved emulation window, without configuration, with the remote debugging screen enabled. In the event that application developers want to make sure that their design looks good on different screens of mobile devices, with DevTools they can choose the screens they want from popular devices, setting their parameters, and being able to modify them. some of them, like resolution, touch emulation, devicePixelRatio, user-agent, sensors, and much more.
In the event that developers want to test performance on real devices, Chrome Beta, with Chrome OS included, now supports native USB for discovering connected devices without the need for configuration, adb commands, or extensions to see all Chrome instances and WebView on the devices connected to your computers. In this way, the contents of the screens of the connected mobile devices can be viewed directly through DevTools, allowing keyboard and mouse events to be sent from DevTools to those devices, which avoids the need to have to touch their touch screens.
In this way, developers now have it easier to develop their mobile web applications with mobile emulation, debugging via USB and using the remote screen.