Hacking the Browser
Internet Notes - Final Chrome Extension
CLICK HERE to download the extension here! And then go to “chrome://extensions/” and drag the downloaded file into the page.
I made a Chrome extension that lets people leave anonymous notes on any website. Anyone who has the Chrome extension can see the notes. The idea is that it would be fun to randomly find little notes left by people, kind of like a digital version of writing a note in a book for someone to discover. I’m aware that because of the anonymous nature it could potentially attract trolls, but I think it’ll be okay for now with ITP users.
The image above show some messages from our lovely Hacking the Browser class that they posted on google.com! Here’s what it looks like when you are posting a message.
I used Chrome’s tabs, browserAction, and runtime APIs. I also used a Firebase database for the message information. In the rest of the post, I’ll go over the main components of the extension.Read more...
Endless Scroll Bookmarklet
I’m pretty sure at some point we’ve all had the following thought - “Wow, if only I could spend even more of my life scrolling.” Now you can!!! DRAG THIS LINK INTO YOUR BOOKMARKS FOR ENDLESS SCROLLING FUN!Read more...
Responsive Website with Liquid Cats
There is a rule of physics that says cats are able to take the shape of any container. I’m proving that it’s true, even in the browser. CLICK HERE TO SEE FOR YOURSELF!! Keep reading to see how I did it.Read more...