Sindre Sorhus is announcing that pageres with version number 3.0.1 is already available to download.
What is pageres ?
pageres is .
You’ve spent weeks working on a website, put hours and hours of work in, feel happy you got it over with, and when you launch it users are complaining it’s not looking right. What we’ve described above is the most common scenario that happens to Web developers that have not tested their website thoroughly, especially at different resolutions and on mobile devices. Unfortunately this happens because a developer won’t be ever be able to put the effort needed in accessing his site from various devices and at various resolutions, mainly because it’s time consuming. Fortunately for these kind of scenarios a tool like pageres can be a real lifesaver. pageres works via the Node.js terminal and it allows developers to generate PNG images of their website at various resolutions within minutes. pageres uses PhantomJS to setup a headless browser, accesses the site within a desired frame (resolution), and then takes a snapshot, saving it to the local filesystem. Once done, just go to the images folder and see if the website “looks right” to avoid those pesky remarks.
This is changelog for pageres version 3.0.1 :
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: github.com