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Library Detector For Chrome

The Library Detector extension discovers which JavaScript libraries are being utilized on webpages that you visit and displays their icons on the Chrome Menu. Currently supports:

To run the development version of the plugin

  1. Clone the Git repo from Github git clone git@github.com:johnmichel/Library-Detector-for-Chrome.git LibraryDetector
  2. Navigate to chrome://extensions in Chrome
  3. Expand the "Developer Mode" section
  4. Click "Load unpacked extension..." and select the LibraryDetector folder

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Inspiration

Library detection class inspired by Paul Bakaus' Library Detector for Firefox

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