ngprobe is a developer tools chrome extension. it's a free extension , it has 352 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 5.00 from 1 rated user, last update is 955 days ago.
How it works The extension evaluates the following expression in the context of the page and displays the results in 'ngprobe' sidebar pane: If Angular (Ivy) is detecetd: ``` ng.getOwningComponent($0) where: $0 is the element selected in Elements tab. ``` If Angular (pre Ivy) is detecetd: --- ng.probe($0).componentInstance where: $0 is the element selected in Elements tab. --- If AngularJS is detected: --- angular.element($0).scope() where: $0 is the element selected in Elements tab. --- Also shows parent components or scopes as an array. The values of component properties can be edited in the ngprobe sidebar pane.
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Thank you for providing such an amazing AngularJS debugging plugin in 2019. I had tried Angular JS Batarang and ng-inspector; all of them failed to work with Chrome 74.0.3729.169 (Official Build) (64-bit) with AngularJS 1.7.7.