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A webpack plugin of eruda to help you develop mobile app

How to use

npm i --save-dev eruda-webpack-plugin
// webpack.config.js
const ErudaWebpackPlugin = require('eruda-webpack-plugin')
const HtmlWebpackPlugin = require('html-webpack-plugin')

const config = {
  devServer: {
        contentBase: path.join(__dirname, 'dist'),
        port: 1000
  mode: "development",
  plugins: [
    new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, 'index.html')
    new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
      entry: /index\.js$/

Open http://localhost:1000 in your browser, you can use eruda to debug your mobile app

Using eruda's plugin

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  plugins: ['fps', 'timing']


injectOnlyOnce (make sure your npm package version > 1.5.0)

Ensure eruda and it's plugins will be injected only once. You can drink a cup of coffe instead of write the regex of entry option.

Default value: true

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  injectOnlyOnce: true


eruda-webpack-plugin only works in development mode, if you need it in other modes, you can set force as true

Default value: false

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  force: true


Choose which eruda's tools you want, by default all will be added.

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  tool: ['console', 'elements']


add eruda's plugin

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  plugins: ['fps', 'timing']


the assets which should inject eruda instance

all .js assets will be injected by default

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  entry: [/index\.js$/, /page1\.js$/]


the assets which don't need inject eruda instance

this option is contrary to entry

new ErudaWebpackPlugin({
  filters: [/subpage\.js$/]

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