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Update to my Edge Inspect Viewer

05.09.2013
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Many moons ago I blogged about a proof of concept I built that allowed you to view Edge Inspect screen shots via a nice web interface. This was built in Node using the Express framework. I've finally gotten around to doing some updates to it as well as pushing it up to Github.

First, I applied the Topcoat UI framework. This is an open source UI framework for desktop and mobile available for forking on Github.

Here is a screen shot of the app in action:

And here is a shot of the detail view (I'd like to add a bit more detail here):

New features include the ability to filter by operating system or device. Here's a filter on Android:

So, like it? As I've said before, I'm still rather new to Node so take this code with a grain of salt. You can download (or fork and improve!) here: https://github.com/cfjedimaster/inspectviewer




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