Adobe Shadow Helps Optimize Websites for Mobile Devices

Adobe Shadow Helps Optimize Websites for Mobile Devices

At the SxSW conference, Adobe has unveiled the Labs Release 1 of its new Adobe Shadow tool. “Adobe Shadow aims to alleviate the time and stress of working on Websites across mobile browsers,” said Adobe’s Bruce Bowmman. “Web pros can wirelessly pair multiple smartphones and tablets with their computer and simultaneously view real-time previews of Web content across multiple iOS and Android devices, quickly seeing refreshed Website designs with live updates. We heard from the community that emulators and simulators just won’t cut it and it’s absolutely critical that Website compatibility is checked on the actual devices. Adobe Shadow’s synchronized browsing nearly eliminates the need to touch the device, but still provides a real, on-device experience.”

According to the company, Shadow can be used with any IDE or text editor, and it supports Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. A general release version is scheduled to become available in the second half of the year.

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