Feature Request: Perf buttons #71

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AsaAyers opened this Issue Mar 5, 2015 · 12 comments

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AsaAyers commented Mar 5, 2015

It would be really nice if this extension had buttons that called out to React.addons.Perf.start() / React.addons.Perf.stop() / React.addons.Perf.print*()

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👍 This would be fantastic.

mfunkie commented Mar 5, 2015

👍 This would be fantastic.

@jaredly jaredly modified the milestone: 2.x Jun 18, 2015

@jaredly jaredly added the enhancement label Jun 18, 2015

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Thank you for reporting this issue and appreciate your patience. We've notified the core team for an update on this issue. We're looking for a response within the next 30 days or the issue may be closed.

ghost commented Aug 4, 2015

Thank you for reporting this issue and appreciate your patience. We've notified the core team for an update on this issue. We're looking for a response within the next 30 days or the issue may be closed.

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This is on our radar. Looking into some great perf integration in the devtools

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jaredly commented Aug 5, 2015

This is on our radar. Looking into some great perf integration in the devtools

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Anahkiasen Aug 8, 2015

👍 Would love this

👍 Would love this

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albertogasparin Mar 29, 2016

No further update on this? It would be really handy

No further update on this? It would be really handy

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crysislinux Apr 11, 2016

Hi everyone and @albertogasparin.

I have built a chrome devtools extension to achieve this.

link: https://github.com/crysislinux/chrome-react-perf

Hi everyone and @albertogasparin.

I have built a chrome devtools extension to achieve this.

link: https://github.com/crysislinux/chrome-react-perf

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aight8 commented Apr 20, 2016

+1

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ruanmer commented Feb 2, 2017

+1

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marob Mar 1, 2017

@crysislinux: thanks!
@jaredly & @crysislinux: having a unique/official extension would be great. Is it conceivable to port the chrome-react-perf code to the react-developer-tools?

marob commented Mar 1, 2017

@crysislinux: thanks!
@jaredly & @crysislinux: having a unique/official extension would be great. Is it conceivable to port the chrome-react-perf code to the react-developer-tools?

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crysislinux Apr 15, 2017

@marob I am not sure about that. But I will try to dig into react-developer-tools.

BTW. Do people still want this feature? If yes. I will start work on this.

see crysislinux/chrome-react-perf#14

@marob I am not sure about that. But I will try to dig into react-developer-tools.

BTW. Do people still want this feature? If yes. I will start work on this.

see crysislinux/chrome-react-perf#14

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