Security improvements and registration updates for the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery. Since we introduced extensions in Google Chrome, we focused on making the platform more robust, by continuously exposing new APIs to developers.
This has helped our extensions gallery blossom where more than 6,000 extensions are listed today and more than 10 million extensions are downloaded by Chrome users every month. We designed security into the extensions system from day 1 but we’re always looking for more ways to protect users. So, today, we are introducing two significant changes in the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery: a developer signup fee and a domain verification system. The developer signup fee is a one-time payment of $5. It is intended to create better safeguards against fraudulent extensions in the gallery and limit the activity of malicious developer accounts. Domain verification is another addition that we believe will protect users and developers alike.
We believe that these are important improvements to the security of the gallery. 30 Must-Have Updated Firefox 3 Extensions. We've put together a list of 30+ must-have Firefox 3 extensions that we know you'll enjoy, whether you've upgraded to Firefox 3 and are looking for something new to add to your browser, or have yet to make the upgrade and are looking for a reason.
We cover everything from useful tools to social bookmarking and more. Let us know which extensions are your favorites. ColorfulTabs - Having too many tabs open can lead to a lot of confusion, but this extension will assign your tabs different colors so you can tell them apart easier. Adblock Plus - The popular, yet controversial extension has been updated to work with the latest version of the browser, and it's still doing what it does best: blocking ads.
ChatZilla - Add an IRC client to your browser so you can chat in it directly without having to open any other applications. ColorZilla - An extremely handy tool for Web developers to let them see the RGB and Hex values of any color on a Web page. Foxmarks - Have more than one computer? Extensions at Google I/O. Today I gave a presentation at Google I/O explaining some of the cool ideas that lie at the heart of our upcoming extension system.
For those who didn't get a chance to attend the conference, you can check out the slides, below: The actions menu, visible in full-screen mode, will let you show speaker notes. We'll also post a video of the talk as soon as it's available. As some of you know, it's already possible to write extensions using the latest developer build of Google Chrome. You can find out more about the system, and learn how to write your first extension, by reading our HOWTO document. We're still pretty early in the development of the extensions system, and we're constantly adding new features and tweaking the APIs based on your feedback. Happy coding! Extensions %u200E(Chromium Developer Documentation)%u200E.
Pearltrees - Galerie des extensions Google Chrome. Quiz spécial "On nous cache tout" pour réviser l'actu. Issue 26153 - chromium - extension api chrome.windows.get return. Pearltrees - Galerie des extensions Google Chrome.