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ironNode
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Debug Node.js code with Chrome Developer Tools on Linux, Windows and OS X.

This software aims to make things easier 😄. With ironNode you have the full power of JavaScript debugging within Chrome Developer Tools.

Installation

npm install iron-node -g;

Usage

The usage is the same as node. Use iron-node instead of node.
Keep in mind to place the keyword debugger; to a place where you want to stop. Run a debug session with the given JavaScript file.

iron-node PATH_TO_NODE_JS_FILE [--customparm1=foo --customparm2=bar];

Demo

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Documentation

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