FromJS - Understand JavaScript apps. See where each character on the screen came from in code.

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FromJS is dynamic dataflow analysis tool. You can use it to discover code and understand JavaScript apps. FromJS is in currently. If you find any issues (you probably will) please report them on Github.

http://www.fromjs.com/
https://github.com/mattzeunert/FromJS

Dependencies:

jest : ^23.1.0
lerna : ^2.10.1
prettier : ^1.12.1
typescript : ^2.8.1

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