JSFoo 2015

The future of JavaScript

Saurabh Kirtani


Remotely debug any JavaScript code through Vorlon.JS

Submitted Jul 21, 2015

Learn how to remotely debug and test your JavaScript code for any environment, in a super-easy way.


Remotely debugging and testing your JavaScript code for multiple devices at once, is a pain. There are tools which exist already but they are not complete – they do not work across all JavaScript environments. Vorlon.JS attempts to solve this problem. This is a truly open and cross-platform tool, built with node.js and socket.io, and is extremely easy to set-up. You can remotely connect up to 50 devices simultaneously and run code on each or all of them with a single click. Therefore, it’s extremely useful for developers to debug JavaScript on nearly any platform, including any mobile device.

In this session, we are going to learn more on Vorlon.JS and see how you can get started with integrating it into your application.


Basic understanding of JavaScript.

Speaker bio

As a Technology Evangelist at Microsoft, Saurabh Kirtani enjoys getting developers get on-board with various technologies. He has worked majorly on web dev (responsive design, JS, jQuery, HTML/CSS3), game dev by Unity, along with IoT-based solutions and Azure. He has been an active speaker at various developer camps, and conferences such as TechEd, GIDS and Azure Conference. Other than technology, he likes to travel, follow cricket, watch comedy/suspense TV shows, and spend his time on Quora!

He can be reached on Twitter at @saurabhkirtani.




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