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Simple Set Up

Hey everyone!

It’s been a while since we’ve updated our “how-to’s” and because of the many updates and new features (yay!) that we’ve been releasing and will continue to release, new tutorial videos have been on hold. 

So, instead, we’re posting up a series of tutorial blog posts for your reference. 

To kick things off, we’ll begin with how to get started. 

(1) Start by visiting our website,


(2) On the homepage, you will find the necessary steps to set up Concurix’s Toolset. For your convenience, they’re provided in this post as well. 

You’ll start by installing concurixjs to your node_modules directory. 


(3) Then, add the following lines to your app.js file and run your app. 


(4) Navigate back to

From our homepage, you can choose to run the real time visual profiler or the debugger. 

An important question: 

To run remotely or to run locally? 

To take advantage of the tools remotely, you will need to create an account. Note that creating an account with us does not require you to buy anything, give your credit card number or give us your first born child — we promise. 

Creating an account allows us to give you a unique account key. That key will keep your data separate from some other person’s data. 

To create an account and then start using the toolset, start by visiting our homepage. In the top right hand corner, you’ll find the log in button (which will also let you sign up).


Then, choose your preferred method to sign in. 


Once you’re logged in, you can go to the  profiler and select the project you’d like to work on (or create a new one if you need to). 

If you’re running a local host application, though, you can utilize the 6788 port. Then, when you open the profiler, you’ll choose “Guest Project for Localhost”. 


There are more tutorials to come… But hopefully this helps get you started using Concurix’s profiler and monitoring service. If you have any questions, please email us at

We promise to be helpful AND nice.  

-Megan & the Concurix Team 

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