Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

Detect Ajax Framework with WTFramework

Category: JavaScript

Because viewing the source is too bothersome, we now have WTFramework (short for “What The Framework”, obviously), a bookmarklet that will detect and display the Ajax / JavaScript frameworks used in the current website.

It does so by checking for loaded JavaScript objects for each framework, not by analyzing the <script> element URIs.

Handy.

Posted by Ben Galbraith at 10:00 am
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I wrote a Greasemonkey/Userscript based off of this awesome bookmarklet. I added a few other components to be detected; like Google Analytics, sIFR, ExtJS.

Here’s the link: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/36874

Comment by mattpowell — November 18, 2008

very handy!

Comment by jdalton — November 18, 2008

Thanks for the Greasemonkey script, mattpowell.

Comment by tj111 — November 18, 2008

Not bad, one issue though is it doesn’t seem to be able to detect multiple frameworks.
I know what you’re thinking:
“WTF, you’re using multiple frameworks?”

Yup, jQuery and YUI.

Comment by someguynameddylan — November 19, 2008

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