Blisk Tutorial and Demo

This video tutorial and demo was recorded on Blisk v.17. Some features, user interface elements have changed since then. In case you need the in-depth latest documentation - please refer to our Getting Started Guide.

Tutorial and demo contents:

0:00

Introduction
Tutorial section covers supported operating systems, supported applications, target market, and common use cases.

0:13

Blisk Modes
Demo section covers Browsing and Developer mode.

0:27

Web Account
Tutorial section covers information about Blisk account, license and team management, and the data stored in the Cloud.

0:53

Home Page
Demo section covers Home page: how to launch a device set, manage application settings, use Top URLs.

1:36

Developer Mode
Tutorial section covers how to launch Developer Mode, Development domains.

2:08

Devices and Device Manager
Demo section covers how to use devices, fundamentals of Device Manager, Side-by-side view.

2:48

URL and Scroll Sync
Tutorial section covers how the actions are synchronized across the devices.

3:27

Device Panel
Demo section covers how quickly switch devices, launch DevTools, and toggle orientation.

3:53

Developer Tools
Tutorial section covers how to launch multiple DevTools, inspect elements, undock them.

4:03

Error Monitoring
Demo section covers Error Monitor basics, how to view errors and warnings appearing on the page.

4:29

Network Throttling
Tutorial section covers how to simulate custom network speed.

4:39

Device size
Demo section covers how to switch different modes of displaying devices.

5:04

Splitter
Tutorial section covers how the splitter affects device size, how to save Splitter position.

5:19

Captures
Demo section covers how to take screenshot, record videos, use Image editor, and view assets store on the Cloud storage.

6:06

Teamwork and integrations
Tutorial section covers how Blisk integrates with command line and other browsers.

6:46

Auto-refresh
Demo section covers the basics of Auto-refresh and it's settings.

7:35

Customize
Tutorial section covers you can customize the look and feel of Blisk in detail.

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