Introducing Vorlon.JS


An open source, extensible, platform-agnostic tool for remotely debugging and testing your JavaScript. Powered by node.js and

Easy setup

Install Vorlon.JS and add a single line of JavaScript to your web app. Run your server and start the Vorlon.JS dashboard.

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Remotely connect up to 50 devices simultaneously. Run your code on each or all of them with a single click.

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Debug JavaScript on nearly any platform with a web environment. Plugins allow you to add new features and resources.

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See a Vorlon.JS Demo

Learn more about Vorlon.js in this 20 minutes video

Getting Started

Learn everything you need to about Vorlon.js 0.1.0 in this video

Install and run the Vorlon.JS server from npm:

$ npm i -g vorlon 
$ vorlon 

If you are on a mac

$ sudo npm i -g vorlon
$ sudo vorlon

You may receive an error from npm during installation about Python, node-gyp and You can ignore this error as it is related to an optional module. team is already aware of this issue.

Once Vorlon.JS is done installing, you can now run the server:

$ vorlon
The Vorlon server is running

With the server is running, open http://localhost:1337 in your browser to see the Vorlon.JS dashboard.

The last step is to enable Vorlon.JS by adding this script tag to your app:

<script src="http://localhost:1337/vorlon.js"></script>

Now when you open your app you should see your client appear on the dashboard.

You can also open the sample page, which already has this script tag in it, to test your dashboard.

Read the Docs

Use Vorlon as a desktop application

(See this as another way to install the Vorlon.js server)

You could also download the desktop version of Vorlon. It is a standalone executable working on Windows and MacOS (Linux version is coming soon).

Vorlon desktop is built using the awesome Github Electron.

Install Windows version

  • Download zip file by clicking the button bellow.
  • Unzip content in a temp folder and run the installer

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Install MacOSX version

  • Download dmg file by clicking the button bellow.
  • Double-click the .DMG file to mount it.
  • A new Finder window showing its contents should appear.
  • If the window also contains a shortcut icon to 'Applications', drag and drop the app onto the shortcut.
  • If not, double-click the mounted volume on your desktop and drag the app icon from there to the 'Applications' icon in the Finder sidebar.

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