RailsPanel is a Chrome extension for Rails development that will end your tailing of development.log. Have all information about your Rails app requests in the browser - in the Developer Tools panel. Provides insight to db/rendering/total times, parameter list, rendered views and more.
To use this extension you need to add meta_request gem to your app's Gemfile:
group :development do gem 'meta_request' end
Install RailsPanel extension from the Chrome WebStore. This is recommended way of installing extension, since it will auto-update on every new version. Note that you still need to update meta_request gem yourself.
Install unpacked version
If you have a problem installing extension from Chrome Store or just want to run latest and hack on it, just clone the repo (say under
~/workspace/rails_panel) and in "Developer mode" Chrome Extensions page select "Load Unpacked extension..." and select
- Rails 4 and 5
- Ruby 2.x
Select your editor on the extension options page: chrome://extensions. Following editors are supported:
Clearing the Console
You can clear the panel with the usual shortcuts of ⌘+k or ctrl+l.
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