☑ The basics of Chrome Extension development
☑ How to build different types of Chrome Extensions
☑ How to code your own Chrome Extension
☑ How to publish Chrome Extensions to the Chrome Web Store
You will learn how to build and publish three Chrome Extensions in this course. We will build the all three projects together, and you will get hands-on experience with developing Chrome Extensions.
The extensions you will be building are as follows:
Minimalist Stack Overflow Theme - A minimalist style theme that will simplify the layout of Stack Overflow.
Link Scraper - An extension that downloads all the links on a webpage.
New Tab Quote Generator - Displays a random quote every time you open a new tab in Chrome.
These three Chrome Extensions will provide a great foundation and starting point for learning Chrome Extension development.
Chrome Extension development can be an intimidating topic to learn. But we will start with with the very basics, and walk through lessons step-by-step with hands-on content.
We will go through the Chrome Extension documentation, and discuss topics such as:
Background Scripts - How to run a script in the background using a Chrome Extension.
Web-Scraping - How to search for and download content from a webpage.
Overriding Pages - How to override the default functionality of various pages.
Publishing to the Chrome Web Store - How to submit your project to be published in the Chrome Web Store.
We will simplify the process of learning about Chrome Extension development, making it easier and more accessible to create your own extensions.
Change Page Layout
Build a Minimalist Stack Overflow Theme Extension
Build a Link Scraper
Build Link Scraper Extension
New Tab Quote Generator
Build New Tab Quote Generator
Publishing Chrome Extensions
Publishing a Chrome Extension to the Chrome Web Store
Summary of topics covered