I normally use Chrome for PWAs, which is an annoyance as I prefer to use Firefox as my browser. Decided to take a look at the Progressive Web Apps for Firefox add-on today and I'm glad I did, it seems to work really well and should mean I can get away with only needing to use Chrome occasionally for testing. addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon…
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Using Mozilla's web-ext tool to lint and package a browser extension for Firefox that was originally written for Chrome. Just needed to make a single modification to the manifest file and everything just worked. Nice.
Playing around with creating a Chrome browser extension to work with my personal website. I thought there might be more hoop jumping involved, but it's been relatively easy to get something up and running quickly. I'm not using Firefox at the moment (due to it crashing my Debian boxes), but I might have a crack at that next.
This article walks through creating an extension for Firefox, from start to finish.
Some good simple instructions on how to get started when building a Chrome browser extension.
I’ve used uBlock Origin for years, but I didn’t know that it had this feature.