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PojoViz

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PojoViz

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Pojo Viz

Pojo Viz (GitHub: maurizzzio / PojoViz, License: MIT) by Mauricio Poppe is a JavaScript code visualisation tool. It shows plain objects and how they're related, so you can quickly see that AngularJS has a fairly wide and flat hierarchy, where as Lo-Dash is very tall.

It works by analysing the global entry point to a library, then iterating over each property. If an object is encountered, then the properties of that object are recursed until a predefined maximum number of levels is reached.

You can use it to look at JavaScript's built-in objects and types, although window is presented as a special case because it's quite large.

It supports two renderers: SVG and WebGL. These use d3 and three.js, and it uses Polymer and Browserify as well.