Built-in JS Libraries

1. What's it?

Proxyman provides certain useful bundled JS Libraries that help you achieve some tasks easily
Library Location: ~/Library/Application\ Support/com.proxyman.NSProxy/addons/libs

2. Built-in Libraries

Name
Description
Source
base64.js
Contains basic Base64 Encode/Decode
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atob.js
window.atob()
btoa.js
window.btoa()
hashes.js
Contains various hashing function: MD5, RIPEMP-160, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, HMAC
lodash.js
Contains various text transformed functions
vkBeautify.js
pretty-print or minify text in XML, JSON, CSS and SQL formats.
crypto-js.min.js
JavaScript implementations of standard and secure cryptographic algorithms, e.g. DES, AES, Rabbit, ... (Version 3.3.0)

3. How to import my own JS Library?

    1.
    You can provide your own JS Library, but make sure you bundle all dependencies by using Browserify or WebPack to a single JS file.
    2.
    Make sure you export the func properly.
    3.
    Put the file at ~/Library/Application\ Support/com.proxyman.NSProxy/addons/libs/your-lib.js
    4.
    Importing the file by using
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require('@libs/your-lib.js');
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For instance,
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const Hashes = require('@libs/hashes.js');
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const { cssmin } = require('@libs/vkBeautify.js');
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const Lodash = require('@libs/lodash.js');
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const { atob } = require('@[email protected]')
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You might check built-in libraries for reference at ~/Library/Application\ Support/com.proxyman.NSProxy/addons/libs/

4. Notes

Thanks to Ivan Mathy for creating Boop app that facilitates Proxyman's built-in add-ons.
Last modified 2mo ago