Tool for debugging Ember applications.
The Ember Inspector is a plug-in for the Chrome developer tools that makes understanding and debugging your Ember.js application a snap. After installing this extension, you'll be able to easily: - View all of the routes defined in your application. - Reference Ember's naming conventions for your URLs, including what to name your controllers, templates, routes and more. - Overlay your application with information about what templates, controllers, and models are currently being rendered. - Inspect the objects in your application, such as models and controllers, with UI that fully supports Ember features such as bindings and computed properties. - Make your application's objects available in the console as the $E variable. - If you're using Ember Data, see all of the records that have been loaded. The Ember Inspector is an open source project maintained by the Ember.js community. The source code is available for download at https://github.com/emberjs/ember-inspector.
- (2020-03-22) Paul Wilmes: This was a pretty solid extension until recently, when it completely stopped working for my sole use case: debugging GUI modding for the game Stonehearth, which uses an old version (1.0.8 I think) of Ember. Now I just get a blank white page when connecting to it in Chrome or Firefox with this extension. Edit: adjusted to 5 stars; looks like it's a problem with Chrome and Firefox; it works in SlimJet.
- (2019-11-18) RAFAEL MACIAS RODRIGUEZ: Esta extensión es de 5* pero lleva un tiempo que no funciona el "Routes" view...
- (2018-12-12) Gábor Molnár: Awesome!
- (2018-12-06) Ember and Ember-Inspector are amazing. I've used Vue and KO among other frameworks but there is something to be said about how cleanly Ember maps to CRUD web apps.
- (2018-11-29) Don Omondi: I think this extension should be on the EmberJS homepage, and perhaps somewhere prominently mentioned in the docs. Great work as come to be expected of the EmberJS dev community :)
- (2018-04-23) Andrey Khomenko: The bomb
- (2018-02-14) Roy Klein: Makes working with ember a pleasure.
- (2018-01-04) Eddie Caspian: A must-have for Ember developers! It's also fun using it to find other sites developed with Ember.
- (2017-12-07) Dominic Brause: Productivity without compromising ergonomics - thank you Ember ♥️
- (2017-12-06) João Lucas Campos Gonçalves: Must have!
- (2017-11-05) Rami Rizk: Life saver
- (2017-11-05) Rawan Moukalled: I can't imagine developing an Ember app without the help of this extension.
- (2017-10-24) Flx Frnly: ember is awesome
- (2017-09-20) Axel H: Works as intended!
- (2017-09-05) Patric Högman: Very good extension!
- (2017-08-24) Daniel Wide: Great extension, but it doesn't work after latest update. "Error message: Cannot add property toString, object is not extensible" Please fix.
- (2017-06-15) Enter Inventive Studio: thanks
- (2017-06-11) Christopher Castaneira Madrigal: La mejor aplicación que he visto para inspeccionar nuestra arquitectura de SPA. Mejor que la de AngulaJs.
- (2017-03-20) Reve AbI Khalil: Amazing
- (2017-03-08) Nikhil Patil: Wow. Get to know the Ember Internals with this Amazing Ember Inspector!
- (2017-02-26) Андрей Титов: Good!
- (2017-02-16) William Oprandi: Very useful !
- (2016-11-28) Ricardo Mendes: The go to tool to help explore Ember.js applications, both your own when developing, as well as publicly accessible websites such as Discourse forums.
- (2016-09-04) Ndumiso Mthembu: give your more staff than a normal console :)
- (2016-08-12) Syed Asad Ali Rizvi: A must have if you are working with ember.js