This adds new browser inspector tab, “AngularJS Graph” to browse your AngularJS graph.
– components and modules view
– update graph on reload
– ignore and filter modules
– sticky nodes
– zooming and panning
– filtering by component type
Dice ser compatible con mi equipo pero no funciona…
A very powerful tool for gaining an overview of your angularjs architecture.
Very easy to use and highly recommendable.
Thumbs up for a much needed tool.
Are their any similar tool which works on latest versions of Angular (2 and above).
Долго грузится надеюсь пригодится
Very clean and understandable; and the options to choose what we want to see is purely marvelous.
Great tool! Thank you very much!
Amazing Tool Filip! I found myself in Circular Dependency hell today and was soooo happy to find this tool available. It was frosting on top that it was already even packaged as a snazzy chrome extension with nice graphics.
Even with your ignore and filter options, more complicated apps (100+ modules) need a more sophisticated form of filtering. The type I was looking for was that I can click on a given Module or Component and can then hide anything that isn’t either a dependency or dependent of it. Or just being able to remove nodes more quickly and easily than having to type their names out.
Otherwise great job, will show to all my colleagues!
Ganz nett, um einen Überblick über eine AngularJS-App zu bekommen. Filter/Ignore scheint jedoch nicht wirklich sinnvoll zu funktionieren: $translate ignorieren bewirkt nichts, *translate ignoriert auch $translation und Ähnliches…
Very awesome display of the dependencies, kinda wish the next version may include the ability to hide certain parts based on a manual toggle. Nonetheless very helpful.
This is very helpful for visualizing your application structure as long as your app will run.
Love it. Been looking for something like this ever since angular came out
Wow, this is awesome!
It’s actually very useful. Nice the idea of a graph of your components.
Very useful for angular developers