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dti

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Command-line Electron Developer Tools Installer.

  • List out developer tools that are available for electron.
  • List what devtools you have installed, and what version is installed.
  • Easily install and uninstall developer tools into your electron development environment, directly from the chrome webstore.

Installation

npm install -g dti

You should now have the dti command available to you in the command line.

Usage

dti <command> [<args>]

  Quickly install and uninstall electron developer tools.

  list                  list available electron devtools
  installed             list currently installed devtools and their versions
  install <args>        install devtools using a list of short names
  uninstall <args>      uninstall devtools using a list of short names

  Example: dti install devtron react redux

Currently supported devtools:

  • angular
  • backbone
  • devtron
  • ember
  • jquery
  • react
  • reactPerf
  • redux
  • vuejs

FAQ

Why is this a global CLI tool, and why does it bundle electron?

electron/electron-prebuilt installs developer tools in a shared preference folder. As a result, devtools are shared between different development projects on your system. Project local dependencies are generally preferable but electron happens to just work this way.

See also

License

MIT