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Auxilio Chrome extension presentation at VarnaLab

Last month I'm working on my own extension for Chrome. It adds two things - a much simpler new tab page and fully working interactive console. The command prompt is actually added in the DevTools panel.

Presentation screencast (Bulgarian audio)

Installation of the extension

Go to this page and simply click on the green Add to Chrome button.

Of course you can download the source code of the extension from GitHub. It is available here. Once you have the files downloaded:

  • Open Google Chrome and type the following thing in the address bar


  • Check the Developer mode option

  • Click on Load unpacked extension... and browse the src folder

Installation of the backend

You should have NodeJS installed and run

npm install -g auxilio-backend auxilio-backend

The source code is also available in GitHub -

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