These are Web X-Ray Goggles, which provide a simple, easy way for non-technical people to inspect Web pages and learn about how they are put together.
To play with the current version of the goggles, check out https://secure.toolness.com/webxray/.
The build system for Web X-Ray Goggles was inspired by jQuery. In fact, Web X-Ray Goggles are, in some sense, just a custom build of jQuery. The
static-files directory contains standalone files used by the goggles.
To develop the goggles, you'll need:
First, check out the
git clone https://github.com/toolness/webxray.git
To start a web server that dynamically serves the Web X-Ray Goggles bookmarklet and unit tests, run:
python go.py serve
Alternatively, if you want to compile the
static-files/webxray.js file, run:
python go.py compile
If you have any bugs to report, please file them in Lighthouse.
Currently, the goggles build on JQuery 1.5. To update the repository's files to use a different version of JQuery, check out the webxray-stable branch of JQuery and run the
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