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CoffeeReplConsole

Description from extension meta

A CoffeeScript Repl console within the Web Inspector.

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Description from store Have you ever thought that, it would be awesome if you could use CoffeeScript instead of Javascript in your Chrome Developer Console. You know because CofeeScript rocks. Don't think again! Thanks to this extension, your wishes are becoming true.

Latest reviews

  • (2014-09-23) Devin Rhode: I feel harsh writing this but the truth is I can't use cmd and alt to select chunks of text on mac, so that's a non-starter for me. I need most regular text inputs, not javascript based ones
  • (2013-09-27) Zoltan Debre: Would be great, but cannot manage your live DOM with this...
  • (2013-09-02) Steven Soroka: Could be SO much better. Not even usable as-is. NEEDS: - scroll to the bottom of the screen as you fill the page. - have access to things defined in the page's context, like $. eg: > window undefined # ??? > $ undefined
  • (2013-08-31) Vinay Aggarwal: I love this. :) It would be great if you could implement actual chrome console like UX. with clear button, scroll when we are at bottom of screen. Adjustable font size control.
  • (2013-06-24) Greg Granito: Multi-line commands...?
  • (2012-09-12) Jacob Oscarson: Very promising! Implementation seemed somewhat unstable, though. On my machine it frequently lost keyboard focus and it was difficult/impossible to get it back. `console.log` messages isn't replicated, only printed on the normal console. I strongly agree with the other reviewer that the visual style should resemble the built-in console as much as possible.
  • (2012-09-04) Ezequiel Schwartzman: When you write things like "document" or "window" it hangs. Another thing is that you must click on "CoffeeScript>" to focus the text, or you can't write. Also, it doesn't display the output of the original console (I don't know if it's possible though). And finally, I think you might want to consider using the same style as the classic console, just to keep it standard. Besides that, great work! It looks promising and it's a great idea. I didn't even knew it could be done!

Statistics

Installs
179
Category
Rating
2.0 (13 votes)
Last update / version
2013-05-26 / 0.2.5

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