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Create your own browser extensions, Part 4: Move toward browser-agnostic extensions
Every browser has its fans, detractors, advantages, and disadvantages. One thing they all have in common is that people increasingly spend more time using them. This series examines how to build the same basic extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. You'll learn what it is like to extend each browser, how hard or easy it is to perform some common tasks, and how to distribute your extension. In this final article of this series, you'll create a common extension that all three browsers can share.
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Articles 05 Apr 2013
Create your own browser extensions, Part 1: Extend your reach into Chrome
Every browser has its fans, detractors, advantages, and disadvantages. One thing they all have in common is that people increasingly spend more time using them. This series examines how to build the same basic extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. You'll learn what it is like to extend each browser, how hard or easy it is to perform some common tasks, and how to distribute your extension In this article, you build an extension for Chrome.
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Articles 05 Apr 2013
Create your own browser extensions, Part 3: Extend your reach into Safari
Every browser has its fans, detractors, advantages, and disadvantages. One thing they all have in common is that people increasingly spend more time using them. This series examines how to build the same basic extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. You'll learn what it is like to extend each browser, how hard or easy it is to perform some common tasks, and how to distribute your extension. In this article, you'll build an extension for Safari.
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Articles 05 Apr 2013
Create your own browser extensions, Part 2: Extend your reach into Firefox
Every browser has its fans, detractors, advantages, and disadvantages. One thing they all have in common is that people increasingly spend more time in them. This series examines how to build the same basic extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. You'll learn what it is like to extend each browser, how hard or easy it is to perform some common tasks, and how to distribute your extension. In this article, you'll build an extension for Firefox.
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Articles 05 Apr 2013
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