Node Js Debugger is a Chrome extension by ken0010072001. This extension has 170 weekly active users, a good user rating of 4.60, and was removed from Chrome Web Store 2 years ago. The latest version, 1.0.0, was updated 6 years ago.
This Extensions is use for Node.js version 6.x.x debugger. Node.Js version 6.x.x debugger always change the debug token.
So This Extension Will help you to track the new token and Open the debugger in a new tab.
Step1: Type the Node.js app name (This for you to identify which project you are going to use), Type the Node.JS Project' IP and Port
Step2: You will see the App information already show on the app list
Step3: Click the App Name, Then the Debugger will start running.
Node Js Debugger requires a lot of risky permissions and is not safe to use. Avoid installing
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