mdebug

A lightweight, easy to extend web debugging tool developed based on react.

Easy to use

Full-featured

Easy to expand

high performance

Use the cdn method, one-click access Similar to Chrome devtools, supports log, network, storage, performance, etc., has better network capture capabilities and rich log display Expose rich internal events, which can be seamlessly integrated with react components Support large amount of data display, no lag

Examples

  • Vanilla

Edit crimson-sun-py8x7

Installation

Install using npm

npm install mdebug --save

Useage

1. ES6

  import mdebug from 'mdebug';
  mdebug.init();

2.CDN

(function() {
    var scp = document.createElement('script');
    // Load the latest mdebug version
    scp.src = 'https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/dist/index.js';
    scp.async = true;
    scp.charset = 'utf-8';
    // Successfully loaded and initialized
    scp.onload = function() {
        mdebug.init();
    };
    // Load state switch callback
    scp.onreadystate = function() {};
    // Load failed callback 
    scp.onerror = function() {};
    document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(scp);
})();

API

1. init

mdebug.init({
    containerId: '' // mdebug mounts the container id, if it is empty, a unique id will be automatically generated internally,
    plugins: [], // Incoming mdebug plugin
    hideToolbar: [], // Pass in the tab id that needs to be hidden
});

2. addPlugin

mdebug.addPlugin({
    id: '', // tab id
    name: '', // Chinese title corresponding to tab,
    enName: '', // English title corresponding to tab
    component: () => {}, // React component corresponding to tab
});

3. removePlugin

// Support the id of the panel to be removed
/*
System => system;
Elements => elements;
Console => console
Application => application
NetWork => network
Performance => performance
Settings => settings
*/
mdebug.removePlugin([]);

4. exportLog

/*
@returned {
  type: '' // Log type
  source: [], // Original log
}
@params type
// type is equal to log, return all console logs
// type is equal to net, return all net logs
*/
mdebug.exportLog(type);

5. on

mdebug.on(eventName, callback);

6. emit

mdebug.emit(eventName, data);

Event list

Event name params Trigger timing
ready object mdebug loaded
addTab object Add panel
removeTab array Remove panel
changeTab object Panel switch

development

  1. npm i
  2. npm start
  3. npm run build

Projects

  1. eruda
  2. vConsole
  3. react-json-tree
  4. React-based mobile debugging solution
  5. a useful debugger for mobile
  6. autoDevTools
  7. react-inspector
  8. web-console
  9. ChromeDevTools