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-#rack-webconsole [![Build Status](http://travis-ci.org/mrbrdo/rack-webconsole.png)](http://travis-ci.org/mrbrdo/rack-webconsole.png)
+#rack-webconsole-pry [![Build Status](http://travis-ci.org/mrbrdo/rack-webconsole.png)](http://travis-ci.org/mrbrdo/rack-webconsole.png)
-Rack-webconsole is a Rack-based interactive console (à la Rails console) in
+rack-webconsole-pry is a Rack-based interactive console (à la Rails console) in
your web application's frontend. That means you can interact with your
application's backend from within the browser itself!
To get a clearer idea, you can check out this video showing a live example :)
[![YouTube video](http://img.youtube.com/vi/yKK5J01Dqts/0.jpg)](http://youtu.be/yKK5J01Dqts?hd=1)
-Rack-webconsole is a Rack middleware designed to be unobtrusive. With Rails 3,
+rack-webconsole-pry is a Rack middleware designed to be unobtrusive. With Rails 3,
for example, you only have to include the gem in your Gemfile and it already
works. Without any configuration.
@@ -37,9 +37,9 @@ In your Gemfile:
gem 'rack-webconsole-pry', :require => 'rack-webconsole'
```
-Rack-webconsole **needs JQuery**. If you are using Rails 3, JQuery is loaded by
+rack-webconsole-pry **needs JQuery**. If you are using Rails 3, JQuery is loaded by
default. In case you don't want to use JQuery in your application,
-**rack-webconsole can inject it for you** only when it needs it. To do that you
+**rack-webconsole-pry can inject it for you** only when it needs it. To do that you
should put this line somewhere in your application (a Rails initializer, or
some configuration file):

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