JavaScript Code to Flowchart

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  • Created by Author's avatarJakub Drobn铆k

Use this to convert JavaScript code to a flowchart. The actor uses https://www.npmjs.com/package/js2flowchart npm package to convert the code to a flowchart. The output is an SVG file.

JavaScript Code to Flowchart

To run the code examples, you need to have an Apify account. Replace <YOUR_API_TOKEN> in the code with your API token. For a more detailed explanation, please read about running Actors via the API in Apify Docs.

# Set API token
API_TOKEN=<YOUR_API_TOKEN>

# Prepare Actor input
cat > input.json <<'EOF'
{
  "code": "// The function accepts a single argument: the \"context\" object.\n// For a complete list of its properties and functions,\n// see https://apify.com/apify/web-scraper#page-function \nasync function pageFunction(context) {\n    // This statement works as a breakpoint when you're trying to debug your code. Works only with Run mode: DEVELOPMENT!\n    // debugger; \n\n    // jQuery is handy for finding DOM elements and extracting data from them.\n    // To use it, make sure to enable the \"Inject jQuery\" option.\n    const $ = context.jQuery;\n    const pageTitle = $('title').first().text();\n\n    // Print some information to actor log\n    context.log.info(`URL: ${context.request.url}, TITLE: ${pageTitle}`);\n\n    // Manually add a new page to the queue for scraping.\n    context.enqueueRequest({ url: 'http://www.example.com' });\n\n    // Return an object with the data extracted from the page.\n    // It will be stored to the resulting dataset.\n    return {\n        url: context.request.url,\n        pageTitle\n    };\n}"
}
EOF

# Run the Actor
curl "https://api.apify.com/v2/acts/drobnikj~js-code-2-flowchart/runs?token=$API_TOKEN" \
  -X POST \
  -d @input.json \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json'