extension ExtPose

ng-inspect for AngularJS

Description from extension meta Helps you in debugging AngularJS applications. Extends the elements panel in devtools to display scope properties.
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Description from store ng-inspect helps you access properties of the element's scope when an element is selected using the Element Inspector or the Elements tab in the Developer Toolbar in an Angular JS aplication. This extension will provide access to scope, isolateScope[if the scope is isolated], rootScope, jQuery element and its events[if jQuery is included in the page]. These properties are made available to the Global/Window object via $s for scope, $is for isolateScope, $rs for rootScope, $el for jQuery element and $events for the events associated with the jQuery element. Services/Factories/Constants can be tested/verified using $get function. $count function prints number of Scopes, isolateScopes, listeners and watchers. Hope you find this useful!
Latest reviews (2019-09-13) Kerry Johnson: I am concerned why you are requesting access to YouTube, Tinder, etc. https://crxcavator.io/report/cidepfmbgngpdapgncfhpecbdhmnnemf/2.8.0 (2019-02-28) Teemu Orava: Would be perfect but I only give 3/5 because there's no easy way to refresh the values. (2018-10-18) Jacob Hutcheson: It's like the official batarang extension, but actually works. (2018-09-20) ahmad saeed: I cannot see changes immediately. Have to re-click element. (2018-08-13) Anomnimel: Works good for me (2018-08-06) Kovács Dávid: Best for angular 1 (2018-08-05) Anton Thorn: I like it. :) If you fix the bug which requires the user to click off of an element and then click back on it, just to see $scope value changes, I'll give it 5 Stars, and I'll PayPal you that $10. :D (2018-06-25) Sam M: Can't get it to show any of the scopes for anything in my application. It does not work as advertised. Using angular 5+ (2018-05-20) Александр Максимов: total BS - all scopes are empty, this thing ain't working (2018-03-09) Matt Wagner: This plugin was very helpful in helping me traverse the AngularJS scope (I was running 1.6.9). The reason for the low stars is that, when it's enabled, it pushes my Google Chrome Helper CPU usage to 150%+. I wouldn't say not to download it, but I would say to disable it when you're not needing to use it, else it's going to really make your CPU work and, if you're on battery power, will make your battery drain quickly. (2018-01-09) Nikunj Sanghavi: Best Angularjs 1.0 Inspector (2017-05-08) John Grant: I see nothing other than an icon in chrome. (2017-03-24) Joshua Holmer: It doesn't automatically update if I change variables in the scopes. This makes the extension almost unusable for me, I have to click onto a different element then back onto the one I wanted, then go down 3+ levels of nesting to find the updated value again. (2017-01-02) Jordan Amar: Seems to handle transcluded scope and scope prototype chain better than the other guys, but looks like it doesn't work with asynchronous bootstrap (2016-12-12) Piotr Budny: Great for inspecting, lacks $scope.$apply() when changed the value. Maybe feature to add? (2016-09-19) Joost Blok: Amazing plugin and faster to use then ng-inspector (2016-08-04) Damien Olsen: Actually shows the scope variables as expected (2016-06-22) aravind buddha: Perfect. Would be great if i could find the github page for this. (2016-05-12) Imtiyaz Mohammad: Awesome plugin.. Excellent (2016-04-20) naveen kumar: Very helpful plugin :-) (2015-09-22) Eppa Shri Rammuu: good tool for debugging AngularJS Apps... (2015-05-05) John Pywtorak: Works as advertised. It would be better if it had a github page or other. (2015-03-19) Chad Smith: I have been using Batarang for years but it's recent update made me look to see what else is out there. I am so happy I found this one. It's amazing and my entire team is switching to it right now. Best AngularJS debug plugin. Hands down. (2015-03-03) Hari Nath Reddy Pala: Good one. (2015-02-23) narender reddy Manikanti: Very good tool to debug Angular JS

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2019-08-21 / 2.8.0

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