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amCoffee

Description from extension meta A CoffeeScript version of the Chrome Console.
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Description from store Features: - Type using CoffeeScript - Formatted outputs - Auto-complete - Command history Use it the way you use the original console, but with Coffee! New in 1.2.0: - Update CoffeeScript to 1.7.1. - Add right-arrow for autocomplete. - Move settings icon to top-right corner. GitHub Repository: https://github.com/auiWorks/amCoffee
Latest reviews (2017-07-09) Alexander Ewering: OK, but "Customize" opens a blank page... (2015-10-23) Angelos Pikoulas: Throws when accessing `window`: > @ RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:463) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) > this RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:463) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) > window RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:463) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) at Object.window.__amCoffee__.process (<anonymous>:5:500) > window is @ true (2015-10-20) good (2015-10-01) Charles Neau: Instead of "window.name" can use "@name" for quick access to the debugger context ... super usefull tool, and love the autocompletion and the tooltip for autocompletion ! keep going on and as said just add some ".toString()" for Dates and this sort of object ! (2015-07-19) William Stein: Deal breaker: running "new Date()" outputs "{}" instead of "Sat Jul 18 2015 17:12:13 GMT-0700 (PDT)". How can I trust this? (2014-10-24) Yoni Lerner: It's great! I do wish that I could use a local context, because assigning something to a variable and then having that variable undefined was confusing at first. But this is still a great extension! One step closer to a JS-free world! (2014-10-02) Jean-Philippe Boily: Sadly, it doesn't work in the context of the debugger which makes it totally useless for most (if not all) of my use cases. (2014-10-01) Lê Đình Tú: hay (2014-08-03) Vinay Aggarwal: Please make it use the context of the debugger. (2014-07-28) 俞云: very good!!! (2014-07-27) Pierre-Eric Marchandet: Should be the default console. (2014-07-10) J Sek: That's what I was looking for! Excellent! (2014-07-08) Jeff Van Boxtel: It doesn't seem to use the context of the debugger so it isn't very useful. (2014-04-29) Erik Österberg: Great autocompletion! Wish the standard console had the same behaviour. But what about multi-line insertion? (2014-03-11) Owen Densmore: This is superb! I do seem to have a problem assigning to variables, but I'm hoping the project continues and the minor problems are solved. BTW: I can assign to existing objects in the global space so not all that bad. My guess is I'm doing something silly. Hey, figured out the assignment problem: simply place the variable in the global space: @foo = .... window.foo = ... Makes sense. Doh! Just noticed in the Overview slide panel the use of @foo = ... I wish I could give it 6 stars. (2013-10-20) کـلاغ سفید: $('body') returns jibrish functions I don't want! How can I see objects like the way default chrome console show? (2013-09-19) chee rabbits: I just spent 3 days writing this extension and finally I have discovered that it already exists (2013-09-10) Sebastian Widmer: rocks! (2013-06-24) Ed Blake: Couldn't assign to variables? (2013-06-18) Joshua Zhang: The best coffee console AFAIK (2013-05-16) hippo san: This is the best coffeescript console tool I've ever used! The autocomplete is so handful that could even remind me the syntax I partially forgot. To developer, are you trying to make me get rid of native javascript forever? I like the logo by the way :)

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Last update / version
2014-07-22 / 1.2.4

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