cy.viewport()

To set the viewport size and dimension, use the cy.viewport() command.

cy.get('#navbar').should('be.visible')

cy.viewport(320, 480)

// the navbar should have collapse since our screen is smaller
cy.get('#navbar').should('not.be.visible')
cy.get('.navbar-toggle').should('be.visible').click()
cy.get('.nav').find('a').should('be.visible')

// lets see what our app looks like on a super large screen
cy.viewport(2999, 2999)

// **** Viewport Presets ****

// cy.viewport() accepts a set of preset sizes
// to easily set the screen to a device's width and height

// We added a cy.wait() between each viewport change so you can see
// the change otherwise it's a little too fast to see :)

cy.viewport('macbook-15')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('macbook-13')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('macbook-11')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('ipad-2')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('ipad-mini')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('iphone-6+')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('iphone-6')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('iphone-5')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('iphone-4')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('iphone-3')
cy.wait(200)

// **** Viewport Orientation ****

// cy.viewport() accepts an orientation for all presets
// the default orientation is 'portrait'
cy.viewport('ipad-2', 'portrait')
cy.wait(200)
cy.viewport('iphone-4', 'landscape')
cy.wait(200)