New has been confirmed that, in this afternoon, ChromeSnifferPlus plugin officially landed on Chrome Web Store.
Online installation address: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-sniffer-plus/fhhdlnnepfjhlhilgmeepgkhjmhhhjkh
Chrome detector can detect open source software is being used or js library, it’s claimed to be “developers must have”.
Through this plugin, you can detect:
Common web service: Baidu statistics, cnzz, Google Analytics, etc.
Web frameworks: WordPress, phpBB, Drupal, MediaWiki, etc.
Server Environment: PHP, Apache, nginx, etc.
When you install this plug-in to browse the Web, you can also find more unknown frameworks and libraries.
If you find library can not be detected, you can create issues.
This update includes:
Reconstruction of a section of code, enhancing the performance of the plug-ins.
Adding the detection of a variety of new library: Highcharts, YUI 3, Zepto.js, Tengine
ChromeSnifferPlus is released under the GPL License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.
Part of the chrome users will try to install a lot of plug-ins, but there are some plug-ins are hidden in the browser which you can not see, there are also some that you see, but may only use once and no longer use again. These plug-ins will reduce the efficiency of the browser to a certain extent, therefore, we need to remove some low usage plug.
Simple method: In the upper right corner of the browser, find the plugin you want to delete, then press the right mouse button in the pop-up menu, select Delete, done. This method simple but not work every time. If the above method failed, then a pro uninstaller definitely perfectly