This is a short post, more like a straightforward recipe for new Elixir on Phoenix projects to use twitter bootstrap. Kind of sharing some frontend management tips to backend developers like me.
That’s the final part of a series regarding Chrome Extension Development. In this post I’m using a simple version of NetFlex for showing how to configure the injection of your
js/cssfiles into an existing thrid part website. Also how to receive a message from your popup and then interact with the main application.
This is the 2nd/3 post about Chrome Extension Development, and in this post I’m going to talk about Popup. Using NetFlex as an example let’s see how to configure a Popup, what you can do with it and how to send messages from your Popup and the main page.
Here’s a 1st/3 post regarding Chrome Extension Development, and for illustrating I’ll use my own NetFlex plugin as example. This is a powerful way to add features to the user for existing pages that you don’t even have access to the code. It’s crazy how many possible solutions you can come up with.
ES2015 has some improvements for functions including the lexical this, implicit return and more. All in a short syntax, so let’s use new ES2015 syntax for functions.