The existing browsers what we are using are only meant for looking at the web but at the same time not for the developers. Here comes Blisk, a unique browser specifically meant for website development.
Blisk has a toolbox feature, based on Google’s Chromium open-source browser project, which can be used for developing, debugging, and testing “modern” websites. Blisk has now completed its 1.0 release and its services can be availed via subscription.
Andrii Bakirov, co-founder of Blisk said, “Blisk is looking to solve a problem in which millions of developers are suffering from setting up the development environment”.
Blisk is stuffed with many features and supports the variety of iOS and Android devices. Developers can now preview a website’s functionality on desktop and mobile simultaneously. It is also providing navigation sync, which synchronizes URL and scroll position for mobile and desktop. Blisk does page refreshing every time a developer saves his/her code, no need of reloading multiple tabs when the code is rewritten. In addition, Blisk monitor pages for JS errors, enabling developers to check technical issues via one-click screenshot and recording capability. Screenshots are then saved in user’s cloud storage accessible to others.
Blisk irrespective of common browsers like Chrome and Firefox has everything a website developer needs. Along with simultaneous development on desktop and mobile, it also enhances the productivity by providing the developer-specific feature. Still, in the development stage, includes some improvements such as page analysis and improved emulation. With its initial release, Blisk looks promising and we have to see how it turns out.