ngrev - Tool for reverse engineering of Angular applications

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Graphical tool for reverse engineering of Angular projects. It allows you to navigate in the structure of your application and observe the relationship between the different modules, providers and directives. The tool performs static code analysis which means that you don't have to run your application in order to use it.Your application needs to be compatible with the Angular's AoT compiler (i.e. you should be able to compile it with ngc).

http://example.com

Dependencies:

@angular/common : 4.2.3
@angular/compiler : 4.2.3
@angular/compiler-cli : 4.2.3
@angular/core : 4.2.3
@angular/platform-browser : 4.2.3
@angular/platform-browser-dynamic : 4.2.3
@types/vis : ^4.17.3
fs-jetpack : ^0.10.2
fuse.js : ^2.6.2
ngast : 0.0.27
reflect-metadata : ^0.1.10
run-sequence : ^1.2.2
rxjs : ^5.2.0
sanitize-filename : ^1.6.1
typescript : ~2.3.0
vis : ^4.18.1
zone.js : ^0.8.4

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