Why Vuetron? 我們為什麼用 Vuetron?
We really like the current Vue dev tools for chrome and wanted a way to extend that functionality by hooking onto the Vue application itself, so we built Vuetron! Like the Developer Tools, you’re still able to view emitted events, view application state, and time travel debugging. With Vuetron you have the added ability to subscribe to specific state variables, observe API requests and responses, and visualize the component structure of your application giving you a larger toolkit for testing and debugging your Vue.js application.
To use Vuetron, you will need both the desktop application and node module in your Vue project. You can find the app download and installation instructions here.
Event stream with Time Travel Debugging:
- Instantly time travel between previous application states or revert a whole group of state changes at once.
- See 5 types of events
- Connected to Server: Vuetron has successfully connected to the socket server.
- State Initialized: If using Vuex, this event is displayed when the initial state is received
- This will reinitialize if your application is refreshed, but you will not lose previous state changes
- State Change: If using Vuex, this event is displayed for each mutation call
- The expanded card displays each state change that occurred
- Event Emitted: This event is displayed for every $emit call
- The expanded card displays the name of the $emit
- API Request / Response: If using the fetch API for requests, this event is displayed for any request sent
- The expanded card displays the request data as well as the response data
- Subscribe to specific parts of your application’s state for faster debugging
- Visualizing your component hierarchy has never been easier.
- Animation allows you to collapse or expand the tree for specific hierarchy views.
Collapsable Vuex State Object:
- View and interact with an object representation of your application’s most current state.
- Cross platform
- Windows, Mac, and Linux ready.
Try it out
If you want to test out Vuetron before you commit to installing it in your project, you can fork or clone our example app with the plugins pre-configured. (Vuetron app download required separately)
Read the TESTING.md file for more information on running tests.
- Vue.js – The web framework used
- Vuex – State Management
- Vue-Router – Routing
- Electron – Used to build desktop app
- Socket.io – Used communicate between Vuetron and client’s application
Found a bug? Have a suggestion? Feel free to submit issues!
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct and the process for submitting pull requests if you’re interesting in contributing to this project!
- Samantha Salley – https://github.com/samanthasalley
- Louis Rouaze – https://github.com/louisrouaze
- Kelly Gilliam – https://github.com/KellyGilliam
- Brandon Danh – https://github.com/brandondanh
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under the MIT License – see the LICENSE.txt file for details
- vued3tree library
- vue-object-view library
- Support from other open source developers
- And the entire Vue developer community