I am currently testing out my app using both the Amazon Web App Tester and Chrome DevTools, with differing results. In Chrome everything is working perfectly! With the tester not so much. My titles are hit and miss and my videos load very slowly (on same wifi network). Which test method should I trust before submitting my "hosted app" to Amazon?
Hi clubhousetours, Welcome to the dev forums and thanks for posting! We appreciate your feedback, and we'll relay it further to the web apps team. In the meantime, please use whichever method works best for you. Thanks!
As we understand from the problem description, you are debugging your page on the desktop by loading it on the desktop Chrome browser OR by connecting Chromium Dev Tools over Wi-Fi to your page loaded in the Web App Tester. There are a couple of call outs here: - Because desktop's processing power is much higher than that of the device, debugging the page on the desktop natively in the browser will generally be much faster. If you are able to debug your page successfully by emulating the user agent and device resolution in the browser, you can do that. However, after debugging on the desktop, you should test your app on the device to make sure your app is working as expected on the device. - We don't have any information on the device or the device OS version that you are testing on. For Fire TV, we currently support Web App Tester DevTools debugging ONLY over Wi-Fi. However, for Fire Tablets, developers have the choice to use DevTools over USB or Wi-Fi. We know that the Devtools support over Wi-Fi is limited in functionality compared to DevTools support over USB. Therefore, if the developer is debugging their page on a Tablet and they can install Android SDK (to get ADB) on their desktop, our recommendation is that they use DevTools over USB, by first enabling DevTools over USB on the device and then loading the chrome://inspect in the browser to debug the page. Details can be found here: