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npm install remote_js
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|Version||0.3.0 last updated 2 years ago|
|Dependencies||socket.io, colorize, commander|
This is a small tool to have a remote console to an existing browser.
When developing mobile web pages you usually miss the development console provided by desktop browsers.
This is a node.js app, so you'll need to install node. That's all :)
Installation and usage
Getting the tool running is simple:
npm install remote_js remote_js
If remote_js is not found you'll need to make sure your $PATH contains
npm bin. If
npm bin is $PWD/node_modules/.bin your $PATH should contain node_modules/.bin/
git clone https://github.com/ernesto-jimenez/remote-js cd remote-js npm install ./bin/remote_js.js
Now you just need to copy & paste the script tag into your web page and start playing around.
This is a fast release for the tool. Feel free to modify it and send your Pull Requests with fixes and improvements :)
- Ernesto Jiménez
- Joe Ferner