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The situation, as stated before, is complex, but there are a few solutions that may work depending on the decision maker and users. Right now it seems that you are tied by the decision maker and not the users, although I may be wrong. Show all columns but with a reduced width, so all of the fit on the screen, then add a visible and notorious text right ...
I don't think this is very easy when it comes to design for limited screen estate. Is there a reason to have it all show at once? You may be inundating the user with too much raw data. You could allow the user to choose what they wish to focus on by: allowing "freeze frames" functionality or just freeze the ones that makes sense. This maintains user ...
You can actually just emulate devices in the default Google Chrome from the console tab setting the viewport and user agents for whatever you wish to test in without the need of any 3rd party tools (for which there are lots).
In addition to benb's suggestions, there is also a service called AppThwack that lets you remotely test on hundreds of real mobile devices.
I have been using something called BrowserStack for a couple of weeks now: http://www.browserstack.com/ You have to pay for it, but you can get a 3 month free trial via this microsoft site: http://www.modern.ie/en-us/virtualization-tools It has some emulators for mobile devices that you can use (including iOS), and also has a feature that allows you to ...
1 to Derek Also you can design the same in a quite attractive way like this:
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