Ted's Mozilla page - Extension Developer's Extension Extension Builder Build your extension's package (jar and xpi files), as well as install your working directory as an extension for development. Now provides most of the features of the popular bash build script, including rewriting chrome.manifest to use jar files.
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This article is in need of an editorial review. Extensions add new functionality to Mozilla applications such as Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird. They can add anything from a toolbar button to a completely new feature. They allow the application to be customized to fit the personal needs of each user if they need additional features, while keeping the applications small to download.
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Authors: Benjamin Smedberg and Darin Fisher libxul is one of the core elements of the Mozilla 2.0 planning effort. It is a library that provides frozen API for XUL apps and embedders of gecko. The end-goal is to provide a library that only exports frozen symbols. This does not mean that all the *interfaces* would be frozen, but only that the link-time symbols would be few, well-defined, and frozen. XUL:Lib XUL
I thought that it would be a nice idea to compile a list of privacy and security related add-ons for Firefox 2.0. The list is not complete but I think I have everything covered with those add-ons, feel free to add your top picks in the comments. Let's go. Please note that while most add-ons have been created for Firefox 2 or previous versions of the browser, they should work just fine in the latest official versions as well. It is however best to check out the compatibility information on the add-on's pages to make sure it is compatible with your version of Firefox. Privacy and Security Add-ons for Firefox 2
takahashi xul presentations 12 PM December 15, 2005 Piro’s Sakura’s Takahashi Method based Presentation in XUL Returns is an XUL-based application for giving Takahashi method presentations. I was so impressed that I pseudo-translated the introductory slide deck from Japanese to English.