Browser extensions and other uses:
- A bookmarklet (drag
it to your bookmarks) by Ichiro Hiroshi to see all scripts used on the page,
- Chrome: jsbeautify-for-chrome by Tom Rix,
- Chrome: Quick source viewer by Tomi Mickelsson
used together with the firebug (github),
- Safari: Safari extension by Sandro Padin,
github) by Dither,
- Opera: Source extension by Deathamns,
- vim: sourcebeautify.vim, a plugin by michalliu (requires node.js, V8, SpiderMonkey
or cscript js engine),
- vim: vim-jsbeautify, a plugin by Maksim Ryzhikov (node.js or V8 required),
- gEdit tips by Fabio Nagao,
- Akelpad extension by Infocatcher,
- Beautifier in Emacs write-up by Seth Mason,
- Cloud9, a lovely IDE running in a browser, working in the node/cloud, uses jsbeautifier (github),
no idea if it's any good,
- REST Console, a request debugging tool for Chrome, beautifies JSON responses (github),
- wakanda, a neat IDE for web and mobile applications has a Beautifier extension (
- Burp Suite now has a beautfier extension,
thanks to Soroush Dalili,
- Netbeans jsbeautify plugin by Drew Hamlett (
- brackets-beautify-extension for Adobe Brackets by Drew
- codecaddy.net, a collection of webdev-related tools, assembled by Darik Hall,
- www.editey.com, an interesting and free Google-Drive oriented editor uses this beautifier.
- Doing anything interesting? Write me to email@example.com and I'll include your link.
Written by Einar Lielmanis, firstname.lastname@example.org, maintained and evolved by Liam Newman.
We use the wonderful CodeMirror syntax highlighting editor, written by Marijn Haverbeke.
Made with a great help of Jason Diamond, Patrick Hof, Nochum Sossonko, Andreas Schneider,
Vital Batmanov, Ron Baldwin, Gabriel Harrison,
Chris J. Shull,
Stefano Sanfilippo and
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