What's this for?
The main goal is to loosely couple a development tool to your project (in a debug build-type or a certain product-flavour) without the need of a lot of if-else conditions, adding "debug-menu-items" to your action bar to run some test code and so on. In my case, the biggest need was getting my current sqlite database and having a look into it. That's where DebugGhost startet. DebugGhost runs a lightweight server in the context of your app. You can connect to it via WebBrowser from your development machine and browse the sqlite database and also download it. DebugGhost does not use the adb. It uses WiFi, so your development machine has to be in the same local network and devices have to be able to find each other (that's not a givin in guest Wifis).
- browse and download through your projects SQLite database
- view device infos
- send commands to your device
- read and write shared preferences
more features are planned, but one step after another ;)
Follow these steps to get DebugGhost up and running in your project:
- include the lib in your project (only for debug build-type)
- setup app environment
Not for production
DebugGhost is for developers and not for production purpose. Be aware of, that this project has no focus on security or performance. It's meant to be used while developing your app.
- fixed NPE for SharedPreferences menu
- added SharedPreferences menu to read and write shared prefs
- fixed HTTP protocol, now working in diverse browsers
- showing app icon
- added bootstrap UI for HTML pages
- added device info
- added commands
- You can now download your sqlite database through the webbrowser
- You can start/stop the server via notification
Currently, DebugGhost only supports browsing through your projects sqlite database through a webbrowser on a machine in the same network. At this state, this was only tested using a Mac (Sierra) with Chrome.
This project is licensed under the Apache 2 License - see the LICENSE file for details