Monday, May 14th, 2007

JS Commander: JavaScript console via proxy

Category: Library, Ruby

Shinya Kasatani has created JS Commander, an HTTP proxy server with a JavaScript console.

You run the Ruby based proxy, configure a browser to use it, and then you get access to a command prompt to play with.

There are also features such as supporting URL forwarding, allowing one browser to direct another.

Obviously, for most tasks you will want to use Firebug and co., but for working in environments such as Opera on the Wii, this is an approach.

JS Commander

Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:44 am

3.4 rating from 23 votes


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ajaxterm was first :)

Comment by Daniel — May 14, 2007

Awsome stuff! Will be really helpful for us developing AJAX application on set-top boxes.

Comment by Niels Bosma — May 14, 2007

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