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Using Chrome as a Device Emulator

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The best way to test your application during development is to use the Google Chrome browser. Chrome uses webkit, the same open-source web browser engine used by mobile browsers on iOS and Android and, generally speaking, renders Sencha Touch apps similarly to how they would appear on an iOS or Android browser.

Disabling Chrome's Browser Cache

One of the keys to testing in any browser is disabling the browser cache. Without disabling the cache you cannot be assured that the code running in your browser is an accurate reflection of your latest changes.

You can disable the cache in Chrome by opening the Chrome Developer tools and then clicking on the gear icon located in the bottom-right corner of the browser window. As depicted in the illustration below, you can then disable the cache by simply clicking on the checkbox located on the General settings tab.

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