Get some file content to be printed out on console while you type anything on your keyboard.
It is basic a hackertyper-like implementation but using the Node.js console. Use any file you want as an input.
What is it good for anyways?
Now, there is one serious use for this tool. It is great for live presentations. Do you love the coolness of live-coding but find it too risky and error-prone to do it under all the stress of presenting to a real crowd?
Just use a simple npm install command:
npm install -g console-faker
It is as simple as running:
You can also use multiple files as an input:
console-faker ./test.js ./src/index.js
Running from shell scripts
If you are going to use it for presenting to an audience, it might be a good idea to have a shell script file to run it from, instead of invoking the
consoke-faker command directly.
./run file with, let's say:
Will do the job. Just do not forget to give it the proper execution rights:
chmod a+x ./run
And execute your script with:
Formatting a js file for a presentation
A small examples is available under the
example/presentation.js file in the Github repository.
Released under the MIT license