Articles by Caitlin Neiman
Browser extensions give people a way to take control of how they experience the web. This week Apple has announced that Safari is adopting a web-based API for browser extensions similar to Firefox’s WebExtensions API, making it easy to build once and run in multiple browsers. Developers can get started with Firefox Extension Workshop or consult the comprehensive documentation on MDN for API coverage details.
Seeking great new extensions for the Firefox Quantum Extensions Challenge! Between March 15 and April 15, 2018, use Firefox Developer Edition to create extensions that make full use of available WebExtensions APIs for one of the prize categories. (Legacy extensions that have been updated to WebExtensions APIs, or Chrome extensions that have been ported to Firefox on or after January 1, 2018, are also eligible for this challenge.)