As many people are looking to take iPad seriously as a everyday-use device, web developers are lacking many tools necessary to use the platform to develop on. Web Tools brings three tools that front-end web developers need every day in 2017: a scalable web browser, an inspector, and a console.
With Safari on iPad, you can only test a site at full-width. Web Tools allows you to test any width you need, even if that width is larger than the screen you are on.
Apple has an Inspector for iPad only if you plug into a Mac. But if you don't have a Mac, finding that styling bug becomes tough. Web Tools provides an easy way to drill through your HTML and see all CSS rules and attributes applied to each element. Easily add, edit, and delete attributes as you would on a desktop browser.
This is just the start of Web Tools. More tools are coming in the near future.
Ratings and Reviews
Finally a proper web inspector on iPad! Ridiculous that you need a cord for this feature on Safari, and no other major browser has it on iOS. Thank you for making this app!
Very promising! Please add a way to clear cache!!
Maybe I'm doing something wrong...
Using on iPad Pro - I can't click and element to twirl it down, I have to go through the entire source down the page to finally find what I want to highlight. I thought this was going to work like developer tools, so I could click on an element and have it specifically open up?
- James Finley
- 16.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © 2017 Ergo Interactive Media
- In-App Purchases
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.