electron-devtools-installer - An easy way to ensure Chrome DevTools extensions into Electron

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This is an easy way to install DevTool extensions into Electron. You shouldn't have to mess around with downloading the extension, finding the right folder and then configuring the path for everyone's machines. Technically you can use whatever extension you want. Simply find the ChromeStore ID of the extension you want to install, and call installExtension('YOUR_ID_HERE'). We offer a few extension ID's inside the package so you can easily import them to install without having to find them yourselves.

https://github.com/MarshallOfSound/electron-devtools-installer

Dependencies:

7zip : 0.0.6
cross-unzip : 0.0.2
rimraf : ^2.5.2
semver : ^5.3.0

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