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ember-cli-remote-inspector

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Lets you inspect apps running on different devices/browsers over the network using websockets.

Usage

  • npm install --save-dev ember-cli-remote-inspector
  • Run ember serve from your project root.
  • Visit localhost:30820 to open up the inspector
  • Visit localhost:4200 from another browser.
  • Magic.

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Options

You can set these options in your config/environment, eg. ENV.remoteDebug = true;

  • remoteDebug (bool) Enable/disable remote debugging. Defaults to true in development.
  • remoteDebugHost What host should the inspector run on. This hostname/ip should be accessible over the network. Defaults to localhost.
  • remoteDebugPort What port should the inspector run on. Default: 30820.
  • remoteDebugScheme What scheme should be used to load ember-debug and connect to the inspector from your app. Defaults to an empty string which means protocol-relative URLs will be used.

Credits

Much love goes out to @teddyzeenny and the other people working on the ember inspector for making this an easy job. Also credits to @rwjblue and @stefanpenner for ember-cli (addons).

Changelog

  • 0.1.0
    • Updated Ember Inspector to 1.8.0
    • Added acceptance tests
    • Listed Express as a dependency
  • 0.0.2 - Support for remoteDebugScheme (defaults to "")
  • 0.0.1 - Initial release