MobileWebkitDebugging

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Revision as of 16:43, 10 January 2013

Android 2.3
WebView
Android 2.3
Chrome
Android 4.0+
WebView
Android 4.0+
Chrome
iOS 6
Safari
Remote Webkit Debugging Protocol <?> Chrome not available <?> Yes Yes (How to enable)
Transport (How to connect) <?> Chrome not available <?> TCP/HTTP TCP/HTTP not available (need to evaluate)

Green - We have working prototype
Red - Cannot be done


<?> Android sources contains WebKit Debugging Server, but we still need to find, if debugging server is also available also in binary distributions and if we are able to run it and connect to it.

PhoneGap uses default WebView available on each platform. If we are able to debug default WebView on given platform, we are able to debug PhoneGap application.

If we will not be able to use native Remote WebKit Debugging, we must consider using weinre

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