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The Complete Isomorphic Ruby Framework

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Hyper-Trace GEM is part of Hyperloop GEMS family

Build interactive Web applications quickly. Hyperloop encourages rapid development with clean, pragmatic design. With developer productivity as our highest goal, Hyperloop takes care of much of the hassle of Web development, so you can focus on innovation and delivering end-user value.

One language. One model. One set of tests. The same business logic and domain models running on the clients and the server. Hyperloop is fully integrated with Rails and also gives you unfettered access to the complete universe of JavaScript libraries (including React) from within your Ruby code. Hyperloop lets you build beautiful interactive user interfaces in Ruby.

Everything has a place in our architecture. Components deliver interactive user experiences, Operations encapsulate business logic, Models magically synchronize data between clients and servers, Policies govern authorization and Stores hold local state.

Hyper-Trace brings a method tracing and conditional break points for Opal and Hyperloop debug.

Typically you are going to use this in Capybara or Opal-RSpec examples that you are debugging.

HyperTrace adds a hypertrace method to all classes that you will use to switch on tracing and break points.

Getting Started

  1. Update your Gemfile:

gem 'hyper-trace'
  1. At the command prompt, update your bundle :

     $ bundle update
  2. Run the gem install generator:

     $ gem install hyper-trace
  3. Add require 'hyper-trace' to your application or component manifest file.

  4. Follow the Hyper-trace documentation:


Getting Help

Please do not post usage questions to GitHub Issues. For these types of questions use our Gitter chatroom or StackOverflow.

Submitting Bugs and Enhancements

GitHub Issues is for suggesting enhancements and reporting bugs. Before submiting a bug make sure you do the following:


Hyperloop is released under the MIT License.