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eruda reviews and mentions
What are the current must-have extensions for Automatic1111?
16 projects | /r/StableDiffusion | 15 Feb 2023
I've spent the last 2 years making a desktop environment in the browser to use as my personal website
7 projects | /r/Frontend | 14 Jan 2023
I actually do allow Inspect on mobile if you right click the desktop (hold on mobile), using a library called Eruda (https://eruda.liriliri.io/). As for how I run flash, that is another library called Ruffle (https://ruffle.rs/).
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7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Oct 2022
High school student here. idk if coding on mobile will take off in it's current form. The tooling works, but it doesn't work well. I can (and have) writen things in the editor on Glitch or in Termux on my phone, but the reduced typing speed for code (you can't rely on autocorrect like with normal text) and the lack of a proper web inspector (I use eruda which is fine but missing features compared to the devtools on desktop browsers) make it frustrating to to larger projects.
2 projects | /r/androidapps | 12 Mar 2022
Bromite doesn't support userscripts, do you mean bookmarklets ? if so I only use eruda.
After 1 YEAR of hard work my NEW Ultimate Web Desktop Environment is ready for launch!!!!!
10 projects | /r/linux | 9 Jan 2022
Thanks! Credit for DevTools goes to https://eruda.liriliri.io/
Stuck in Web View
3 projects | dev.to | 8 Jan 2022
Mobile debugging is notoriously difficult. Eruda makes it easier with its amazing console. I highly recommend it.
After 1 YEAR of hard work my NEW Ultimate Web Desktop Environment is ready for launch!!!!! 🎉🎉
19 projects | dev.to | 2 Jan 2022
I wrote a script to bring Chrome DevTools to Android - works on any site, shake your phone to activate
3 projects | /r/SideProject | 23 Nov 2021
Hey thanks for checking the source out, the minified part is Eruda, which I pulled version 2.4.1 to include in the script. I made some modifications to the code to allow it to work for some edge cases I encountered, but you can either:3 projects | /r/SideProject | 23 Nov 2021
The dev tools OP is using (Eruda) can be initiated by a bookmark. On iPhone start by going to any site in Safari, tap the share icon, then ‘Add Bookmark’ and replace the bookmark url with:
I wrote a script to bring Chrome DevTools to Android
3 projects | dev.to | 22 Nov 2021
Based on eruda, andure dynamically injects web-based DevTools into any website through a local VPN tunnel (using AdGuard HTTPS filtering), allowing for inspection and debugging similar to desktop Chromium DevTools.
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www.influxdata.com | 10 Jun 2023
liriliri/eruda is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.