Google is now extremely proficient at understanding normal .JS files and according to a Google evangelist I asked, at the time of writing, Google’s Javascript crawler  work running over pages within minutes (rather than weeks) of the main crawler seeing new content.
inlinks.net code is certainly indexed happily by Google, but if you would like to check for yourself here’s a small and usefull trick…

How to test your Javascript is Indexed

2) Paste a page URL having the JS code inside
3) Check the HTML
3.a) => end of the <head> section => there is a JSON-LD if the page is a target page
3.b) => in the <body> => search for links with class=”inlinks”
You can also use Google’s mobile friendly crawler to check all manner of  other scripts.

(The Call to Action bit…)

Inlinks, by the way, is free for everyone for the first 20 pages of any website. It will create semantic markup for you, generate internallink graphs for you and help you write semantically superior content. Sign Up for free.
Enjoy.
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About Dixon Jones, FRSA, MBA, BA(Hons).
Dixon is a world renowned <a href="https://dixonjones.com/seo-speaker/">SEO Speaker</a> on search engine algorithms and information retrieval and holder of the Lifetime Achievement Award for services to the search community. Dixon is a moderator on Webmasterworld and has spoken or been published at Search Engine land, State Of Search, WordTracker, Authoritas, SE Roundtable, Brighton SEO, Tedx, Pubcon, and many more.

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