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hotel - :love_hotel: A simple process manager for developers

  •    Javascript

Tip: if you don't enable local domains, hotel can still be used as a catalog of local servers..localhost replaces .dev local domain and is the new default. See https://ma.ttias.be/chrome-force-dev-domains-https-via-preloaded-hsts/ for context.




honcho - Honcho: a python clone of Foreman. For managing Procfile-based applications.

  •    Python

Honcho is a Python port of Foreman, a tool for managing Procfile-based applications. For more detail and an explanation of the circumstances in which Honcho might be useful, consult the Honcho documentation.

log - Console.log with style.

  •    Javascript

Console.log with style.

betwixt - :zap: Web Debugging Proxy based on Chrome DevTools Network panel.

  •    Javascript

Betwixt will help you analyze web traffic outside the browser using familiar Chrome DevTools interface. Download the latest release for your operating system, build your own bundle or run Betwixt from the source code.

devtools-terminal - Terminal in Chrome Devtools

  •    Javascript

Terminal in Chrome Devtools


lighthouse - Auditing, performance metrics, and best practices for Progressive Web Apps

  •    Javascript

Lighthouse analyzes web apps and web pages, collecting modern performance metrics and insights on developer best practices. Lighthouse is integrated directly into the Chrome Developer Tools, under the "Audits" panel.

code-snippets - Chrome DevTools code snippets

  •    Javascript

Read Code Snippets tutorial, Performance profiling using DevTools code snippets and How to improve Angular application performance using code snippets. Note: code snippets do NOT have access to the full console API, for example no access to console.monitor.

awesome-chrome-devtools - Awesome tooling and resources in the Chrome DevTools & DevTools Protocol ecosystem

  •    Javascript

Awesome tooling and resources in the Chrome DevTools & DevTools Protocol ecosystem

devtools-frontend - The Chrome DevTools UI

  •    Javascript

The client-side of the Chrome DevTools, including all JS & CSS to run the DevTools webapp. It is available on NPM as the chrome-devtools-frontend package. It's not currently available via CJS or ES2015 modules, so consuming this package in other tools may require some effort.

devtron - An Electron DevTools Extension

  •    Javascript

An Electron DevTools extension to help you inspect, monitor, and debug your app. You should then see a Devtron tab added.

ndb - ndb is an improved debugging experience for Node.js, enabled by Chrome DevTools

  •    Javascript

Compatibility: ndb requires Node >=8.0.0. It works best with Node >=10. Installation: ndb depends on Puppeteer which downloads a recent version of Chromium (~170MB Mac, ~280MB Linux, ~280MB Win).

node-webkit-agent - NodeJS agent for WebKit devtools front-end

  •    Javascript

This module is an implementation of Chrome developer tools protocol. It is still pretty much a work in progress and only heap and CPU profilers are working right now. Help is wanted to finish implementing debugger, networking and console agents as well as a implementing from scratch a flamegraphs agent. This module allows you to debug and profile remotely your nodejs applications leveraging the following features by re-using the built-in devtools front-end that comes with any webkit-based browsers such as Chrome or Safari.

redux-devtools - DevTools for Redux with hot reloading, action replay, and customizable UI

  •    Javascript

Note that the implemention in this repository is different from Redux DevTools Extension. Please refer to the latter for browser extension. Redux DevTools is a development time package that provides power-ups for your Redux development workflow. Be careful to strip its code in production (see walkthrough for instructions)! To use Redux DevTools, you need to choose a “monitor”—a React component that will serve as a UI for the DevTools. Different tasks and workflows require different UIs, so Redux DevTools is built to be flexible in this regard. We recommend using LogMonitor for inspecting the state and time travel, and wrap it in a DockMonitor to quickly move it across the screen. That said, when you’re comfortable rolling up your own setup, feel free to do this, and share it with us.

Mongol-meteor-devtools - In-App MongoDB Editor for Meteor (Meteor DevTools)

  •    Javascript

Starting today, you'll never have to enter the console to play with your Meteor collections again. With Mongol, you can view and edit any client document right in the browser. And because Mongol is a debugOnly package, it does not compile to your production build. After installation, open your app in the browser and press Control + M to toggle it.

redux-devtools-extension - Redux DevTools extension.

  •    Javascript

Note that starting from v2.7, window.devToolsExtension was renamed to window.__REDUX_DEVTOOLS_EXTENSION__ / window.__REDUX_DEVTOOLS_EXTENSION_COMPOSE__. Note that preloadedState argument is optional in Redux' createStore.

remote-redux-devtools - Redux DevTools remotely.

  •    Javascript

Use Redux DevTools remotely for React Native, hybrid, desktop and server side Redux apps. Note: for Windows use remote-redux-devtools@0.5.0 (newer versions will not work due to a Windows issue fixed in react-native).