A Swiss knife for all the problems that you can solve in console.
JSconsole is a Chrome Extension that helps developer to load external JS libraries within their favourite ❤️ developer console. JSconsole features: ** Load any library by name or URL with latest version. ** Search any library just by name. ** Alias to load the most famous libraries. ** List all the loaded libraries. ** Clear your console directly. To load all sorts of powerful JS libraries such as moment and lodash for testing and idea purposes within the Chrome dev tools you should install JSConsole. JSconsole will save your context switching and avoid repetitive search for the CDN URL of the library or some code fiddle websites (JSfiddle, Plunker, JSBin etc). Changelog ------------- v.0.0.7 Disable JSconsole on *.google.com pages. v.0.0.6 Disable JSconsole on docs.google.com pages. v.0.0.5 Minor UI fixes. v.0.0.3 Fixed JSconsole documentation and release new API js.readme() for docs. JSconsole now use SVG for icons so that linux user can also see them. JSconsole is bit smaller and now JSconsole is just ~40kb only.
- (2017-08-14) Working great :) Fun extension!
- (2017-08-10) Frank Robert: I absolutely love this extension! It's extremely practical to load all sorts of powerful JS libraries such as moment and lodash for testing and idea purposes within the Chrome dev tools. Note to Author: Any possibility of removing the Log every time I open the dev tools? Maybe just leaving the log inside of the `js.doc()` function or adding a `js.help()` or `js.readme()` or something may be more user friendly and less cumbersome. Thanks! Great extension!!
- (2017-08-07) Elvin Dzhavadov: Great extension, thanks! Things that will be cool to have 1. Dont change native chrome `clear`. You are change chrome function to array of strings. 2. After installing library log where it was added to window, for example in lodash is `_` etc
- (2017-08-07) Dang Tran: Great!
- (2017-09-01, v:0.0.6) Eric Pemberton: Does not play well with some web pages
I attempted to create a google calendar event and the page went white. I had to disable JSConsole in order to correctly load the page.