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JavaScript Tracker (delisted)

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Track JavaScript that uses DOM/jQuery APIs on web page at runtime

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Description from store This extension is for web developers to track front-end JavaScript that uses DOM or jQuery APIs to manipulate html dom elements (e.g., change style, attach event listener) on web page at runtime. Any DOM / jQuery APIs triggered by page actions to manipulate html dom elements at runtime will be recorded. Once an element is selected in Elements Panel of Chrome Developer Tools, the “JS-Tracker” sidebar beside Elements Panel will show brief information (api type, source file, line, column and code) about those code affect the selected element. With this extension, developers can easily filter all possible JavaScript code causing unexpected behavior of selected element at a quick glance. It is needless to search hundreds or even thousands lines of code to identify possible error candidates before really start tackling the bug anymore. Github: https://github.com/pilagod/js-tracker Example: https://pilagod.github.io/js-tracker/example/ Suggestions are highly welcome to the github link above, and hope you will have better debugging experience of web pages that are based on DOM/jQuery APIs with this extension : )

Latest reviews

  • (2021-04-14) Clément Royer: Worked well for me
  • (2020-10-02) Mike Johnson Jr: You need to open up the console->elements and navigate to js-tracker to see the events. 2 stars because it does not list all events, but it does list some.
  • (2020-08-27) Giang Nguyễn: Thank you, awesome extension!
  • (2020-03-12) R afzal: It does not work
  • (2020-02-26) 啊啊啊07: totally don't work? what the heck???
  • (2020-01-09) Hasintha Weragala: works for me Thanks bro
  • (2019-12-20) Laura Timmel: The rumors are true: It doesn't work. This extension loads a panel in DevTools, just as shown in the preview screengrabs, but then it just sits there, unfazed by any JavaScript events you might throw at it. Or possibly frozen with bewildered resignation, thinking back with longing to the golden days when Chrome was simpler and it had the resources and skills to face any webpage with confidence...
  • (2019-09-23) peak some: Doesn't work.
  • (2019-08-08) Dejan Lazic: simple, It doesn't work
  • (2019-06-06) Mark Flint: Very useful to show events on dom elements

Latest issues

  • (2018-09-06, v:3.0.1) S47: is it just me or is it not running anymore! I even tried the example site!
    is it just me or is it not running anymore! I even tried the example site!


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3.5 (20 votes)
Last update / version
2019-03-05 / 3.0.1
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