The latest TripleTime project to come to fruition is one that I am especially excited about. We call it Eyeball, and it's essentially crowd-sourced front end testing. If you want to know how your site looks on desktops, tablets and smartphones, tweet or enter your URL and we'll tweet you back your results.
Originally Posted by Ricky Onsman, SP Blog: Examples of Broken CSS Wanted!
BTW, we're aware that our own sites have issues – it's part of what drove us to explore this. Some of our sites – and some pages within our sites – definitely need fixing. Part of this is about devising a tool to do that, and understanding other examples of broken CSS and JS will help.
If it's something like BrowserStack then it's great that you're going to provide a similar service. There aren't many remote device labs out there (yet).
The thing that doesn't work for me is that I need to submit my url via Twitter. I wouldn't want to openly flood my Twitter feed with my website tests and have everyone witness my daily testing routines. So that would be a deal-breaker for me, though a project like this (minus the way a site can be submitted) would be an absolute asset.
It looks great but I'm with Maleika on this one. I don't mind to tweet my own site but it may be a problem when I'm testing a customer' site that's not really ready and that I'm working on. It is a great idea
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Wow, looks amazing, Sarah. What's in it for SitePoint to offer this?
Nothing at this point. We're just trying out some new experimental ideas.
Originally Posted by xhtmlcoder
Nope, not at this point.
Originally Posted by kohoutek
The thing that doesn't work for me is that I need to submit my url via Twitter. I wouldn't want to openly flood my Twitter feed with my website tests and have everyone witness my daily testing routines.