You can select an HTML element to view where its content came from, or call
fromJSInspect in your code.
The screenshot shows that the string "Hello" originally came from localStorage.
Install from NPM:
sudo npm install -g @fromjs/cli --unsafe-perm
fromjs from the command line. This will open a new Chrome instance. Collected data will be stored in
Read the readme to learn more.
It works reasonably well. Trello is inspectable, and all Lodash test cases pass. Large apps will require a long time to load (1-20 minutes), and be slow to interact with.
There are two types of "not working". The first is when the inspected page fails to load, or takes so long to load that inspecting
is not practical.
The second is not being able to find the origin of the inspected value.
Some features don't have much support, e.g. using promises currently means losing origin data (except for some special logic for `fetch` calls). In general things don't work unless support has been added explicitly.