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node-vim-debugger - node.js step by step debugging from vim

  •    Javascript

Node.js debugger client and vim driver. Step-by-step debugging from vim. Or even give it the name of the window manager you're using for it to also launch a new vim session. Currently supported WMs are tmux and i3.

fastlane-plugin-sentry - Sentry fastlane plugin

  •    Ruby

auth_token is the preferred way to authentication method with Sentry. This can be obtained on https://sentry.io/api/. api_key still works but will eventually become deprecated. This can be obtained through the settings of your project. Also note that as of version 1.2.0 you no longer have to provide the required parameters, we will try to fallback to your .sentryclirc config file if possible.The following environment variables may be used in place of parameters: SENTRY_API_KEY, SENTRY_AUTH_TOKEN, SENTRY_ORG_SLUG, and SENTRY_PROJECT_SLUG.

babel-plugin-source-map-support - A Babel plugin which automatically makes stack traces source-map aware

  •    Javascript

In conjunction with the source-map-support module, which must be installed separately, this statement hooks into the v8 stack-trace API to translate call sites in the transpiled code back to their corresponding locations in the original code. Note: this only works in environments which support the v8 stack-trace API (e.g. Node.js and Chrome), though it's harmless in other environments.




coffee-trace - An easier way to match javascript lines to corresponding coffee-script in stack-traces

  •    CoffeeScript

Coffee-Trace makes debugging coffeescript code easier by attempting to point corresponding coffeescript code and line numbers and styling the stacktrace a little bit. WARNING: This is obviously for suited development needs and by no means intended for production use. It is also, by far, my ugliest piece of code. You've been warned.

esnow - The FUTURE is now. Write future JavaScript now everywhere all the time in a snap!

  •    Javascript

This repo is not being maintained. I recommend you use budo instead. Write ES2015 for the browser, import Node packages with the ES2015 module syntax and generate separate source maps.

rollbar-sourcemap-webpack-plugin - A Webpack plugin to upload sourcemaps to Rollbar

  •    Javascript

This is a Webpack plugin that simplifies uploading the sourcemaps, generated from a webpack build, to Rollbar. Production JavaScript bundles are typically minified before deploying, making Rollbar stacktraces pretty useless unless you take steps to upload the sourcemaps. You may be doing this now in a shell script, triggered during your deploy process, that makes curl posts to the Rollbar API. This can be finicky and error prone to setup. RollbarSourceMapPlugin aims to remove that burden and automatically upload the sourcemaps when they are emitted by webpack.


serverless-nodejs-starter - A Node

  •    Javascript

A Serverless starter that adds ES7 async/await and unit test support. Part of the Serverless Stack guide. If you'd like to learn how to setup your existing Serverless project to support ES7 async/await, use this guide on Serverless-Stack.com.

Typescript-Mocha-Istanbul-Boilerplate - An example node project to produce coverage of TypeScript sources using Mocha

  •    TypeScript

The coverage report shows the typescript (rather than transpiled) code. That is, sourcemaps are properly handled.

babel-plugin-transform-es2015-modules-commonjs-simple - Alterntative to default module transformer that does not mangle symbol names

  •    Javascript

The regular babel-plugin-transform-es2015-modules-commonjs module mangles symbol names in order to implement the ES6 modules feature of exporting bindings rather than references or values. However, JavaScript source maps don't currently support mapping symbol names. So when debugging using source maps, any imports will not be available under their original name, which can be a frustrating experience. This module ensures that all symbol names are preserved.

sourcemap-lookup - A tool for consuming source maps.

  •    Javascript

A tool for consuming source maps. Built because we regularly get bug reports in the form of line numbers and column numbers in our compiled and minified react code. Since webpack outputs the map files I built this command line tool for taking a path to the map file and the reported line/column number and outputs the path to the source file and what line/column it maps to. If it can find the source file, it'll also print out the actual code in that location.

grunt-extract-sourcemap - Grunt Task to strips an inline source into its own file and updates the original file to reference the new external source map

  •    CoffeeScript

In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named extract_sourcemap to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig(). Given a set of files with inline source maps, the source maps are extracted into their own files and the original .js files are updated to point at the new external source map file.

gulp-rollbar - Upload source map files to Rollbar.com

  •    Javascript

Following Gulp's philosophy, gulp-rollbar does not generate any the source map, but delegates this task to gulp-sourcemaps. Just make sure you call sourcemaps.init() in the pipeline before rollbar().

pixify - Browserify bundle process for PIXI libraries

  •    Javascript

Browserify bundle process for PIXI libraries. This creates two build files, compressed and uncompressed. Both with sourcemaps and license headers.

sentry-fastlane-plugin - Official fastlane plugin for Sentry

  •    Ruby

auth_token is the preferred way to authentication method with Sentry. This can be obtained on https://sentry.io/api/. api_key still works but will eventually become deprecated. This can be obtained through the settings of your project. Also note that as of version 1.2.0 you no longer have to provide the required parameters, we will try to fallback to your .sentryclirc config file if possible. The following environment variables may be used in place of parameters: SENTRY_API_KEY, SENTRY_AUTH_TOKEN, SENTRY_ORG_SLUG, and SENTRY_PROJECT_SLUG.

gulp-wrap-js - Gulp plugin for templating JavaScript code with source maps support.

  •    Javascript

When using classic templating solutions (like Lo-Dash / Underscore templates / own regexps / etc.) for wrapping JavaScript code, you're manipulating code as strings under the hood, and so losing any inner structure and location information. Such approach is used in gulp-wrap, gulp-wrap-amd, gulp-wrap-umd and that's why source maps are not currently supported in any of them. In opposite, this plugin is based on AST templating estemplate library, and allows to wrap your JavaScript code into given template (UMD / AMD / whatever) with preserved locations for source maps generation.

source-map-loader - extract sourceMappingURL comments from modules and offer it to webpack

  •    Javascript

Extracts source maps from existing source files (from their sourceMappingURL). source-map-loader extracts existing source maps from all JavaScript entries. This includes both inline source maps as well as those linked via URL. All source map data is passed to webpack for processing as per a chosen source map style specified by the devtool option in webpack.config.js.

bugsnag-sourcemaps - A Node.js module to programmatically upload your sourcemap files to Bugsnag

  •    Javascript

A Node.js module to programmatically upload your sourcemap files to Bugsnag. bugsnag-sourcemaps provides a command-line interface for uploading source maps directly. Run bugsnag-sourcemaps --help for a list of all options.