A Google Chrome developer tools extension for use by Solidus developers. Provides real-time introspection of API data and access to Solidus server error logs for use in debugging preprocessors executed in the Node.js runtime environment.
- Clone the repo with
git clone https://github.com/solidusjs/devtools-solidus.git devtools-solidus
- Download the
.crxfile from the latest release, or you can manually build your own (see below).
- Open chrome://extensions in Chrome.
- Drag and drop the
.crxfile onto the page and click "Add" to install.
- In order to manually build the extension, you will need a copy of the key file that has been generated for this extension. Once you obtain the key file, copy it to
npm installto install dependencies (npm will automatically run a script to install front-end dependencies using bower).
grunt buildto generate an installable
.crxfile in the
The extension currently requires a pre-release version of Solidus. To use this version, update
package.jsonto point to
log_server_portport must also be specified in order for log streaming to work. Note that this feature won't work currently with the vagrant-solidus plugin.
Once the extension is installed, you can open Chrome's Developer Tools and you should see a "Solidus" tab.