I’m going to show how to publish our chrome extension to the chrome webstore.
Before that, Please read my part 1 article [6 steps to create a Chrome Extension using Angular] if you haven’t read. Part 1 article covers about creating a chrome extension (browser-notes chrome extension) & testing it locally.
Before publishing our extension, I’m going to add a new feature to the chrome extension which we’ve developed in the previous article & then we can publish our extension.
We all use chrome extension, don’t we? We use them every day in our browsers like Adblock, Dark reader, LastPass, FoxClocks…etc.
What do these chrome extensions dooo….?
They add extra features to your chrome browser. You can customize & personalize on your desktop browser.
I’m a beginner in angular, but I’ve created a Browser Notes chrome extension. You can make use of this extension for free.
Let’s create a chrome extension, which can be used for write or pasting notes. With this extension, you can copy the contents for making notes & export them as HTML files.
In my next…
Let’s build a full stack real time voting web application by using these
1. Python’s FastApi
5. chart.js (For polling graph, we are going to use).
Hold On! Did I just said WebSockets 🤨?
We all know that we can use Http calls to send user’s poll to the server. But if you want to build a real-time web application we need to use WebSockets. Let me explain this clearly: