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Top 21 CSS chrome-extension Projects

  • dejavu

    The Missing Web UI for Elasticsearch: Import, browse and edit data with rich filters and query views, create search UIs visually.

    Project mention: Is there a way to increase application memory? | reddit.com/r/firefox | 2022-01-27
  • AWSConsoleRecorder

    Records actions made in the AWS Management Console and outputs the equivalent CLI/SDK commands and CloudFormation/Terraform templates.

    Project mention: AWS configuration management | reddit.com/r/aws | 2022-06-28

    I'm not really sure what you're looking for, but there's Console recorder (Records actions taken in console and outputs CloudFormation templates): https://github.com/iann0036/AWSConsoleRecorder.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support. Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • SnappySnippet

    Chrome extension that allows easy extraction of CSS and HTML from selected element.

    Project mention: Show HN: Copy React code from any site | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-07-09
  • asciidoctor-browser-extension

    :white_circle: An extension for web browsers that converts AsciiDoc files to HTML using Asciidoctor.js.

    Project mention: Ask HN: What browser extensions are a must-have for HNers in 2021? | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-11-22

    All the usual suspects named previously: uBlock Origin, Bitwarden, ViolentMonkey, Vimium, etc. Plus:

    * Shift Click --As the name suggests. Shift+Click on any image on a webpage and it will open the image in a new tab. Great for quickly getting the full-size version of images on web pages and more useful than it sounds, as it saves opening the browsers dev tools pane and source code diving:

    https://shft.cl

    * Country Flag & Whois --not exactly a necessity, but a fun extension anyway. Gives you a wee flag at the side of your address bar, showing you which country the server of the site you're visiting is hosted in. On a more practical note, you can click the flag to view the Whois info for that domain:

    https://add0n.com/country-flags.html

    * Asccidoctor.js Live Preview --A while back I started using AsciiDoc for all my text composing needs, after finding the limitations and ever-multiplying variants of MarkDown increasingly annoying. Unfortunately, while many text editors come with Markdown preview capabilities, I've yet to find one that can do AsciiDoc previews. So that's where this extension comes in. I open my AscciDoc files in my browser and this extension automatically generates a preview, which I can then 'print to PDF' to have a nicely formatted document created using AsciiDoc:

    https://github.com/asciidoctor/asciidoctor-browser-extension

    * Stylebot --Inject custom CSS into any webpage. I use it on a couple of sites to fix annoying browser rendering quirks or remove irritating content [with display:none;].

    https://stylebot.dev

    * FireNvim --a nice accompaniment to Vimium. This extension turns text entry windows in web forms into NeoVim edit bufffers, allowing you to edit text using an embedded NeoVim instance. I don't actually use this as much as I thought I might, as I nearly always forget I have it installed:

    https://github.com/glacambre/firenvim

    These last two aren't browser extensions as such. But I can't imagine using my browser without these. So I think they deserve an honourable mention:

    * Pinboard bookmarklet --I use Pinboard to save all my bookmarks. So they're accessible across all my browsers and all my devices. I have the Pinboard bookmarklet on the browser address bar on my desktop machines [and use the 'Share' menu on Android] to quickly bookmark pages from wherever I'm browsing.

    * Telegram --One step down from permanent bookmarking via Pinboard, I use Telegram as my messenger app and avail of this facility all the time on Android to quickly stash links I want to take a look at later on a 'proper' computer --either to view on a larger screen, or because [as with this post] I want to compose a reply, without wrestling with a crappy touchscreen keyboard. Telegram has a 'Saved Messages' chat. So, on an Android device, I hit the 'Share' icon beside the URL on a page I want to save for later and then in the Share window that pops up, I send the URL to Telegram 'Saved Messages' where I can grab it later, when I'm on a real computer.

    For anyone using Yandex Mail; Yandex also have a Telegram Bot which provides a similar function but also emails you the link as well. I used to use this til I realised the emails where pretty superfluous and just started sending links to my Telegram 'Saved Messages' instead:

    https://t.me/YandexMail360_bot

  • LinkOff

    Cleans the LinkedIn feed based on keywords and filters.

    Project mention: Does it hurt a lot if I don’t have LinkedIn? | reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 2021-08-19

    Use this https://github.com/njelich/LinkOff and block the feed and everything you can.

  • ui-kit-for-chrome-extensions

    A UI template for designing the options/settings page for Chrome Extensions. It resembles the exact look as the native settings page of Chrome Browser.

  • yt-classic-polymer

    Browse YouTube like it's 2015.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • Conventional-Buttons

    Chrome extension that adds a conventional comment button to Github file explorer comments, allowing you to quickly leave a structured semantic comment during your PR reviews!

    Project mention: Where to find professional git conventions? | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2022-03-22

    If you want to go a step further 😅, there is another specification called conventional comments. It does what conventional commits does (for commit messages), but for PR comments. I use this chrome extension to leverage conventional comments in the github PR comments UI.

  • docsafterdark

    Modern, dark mode for Google Docs

    Project mention: a better dark mode for google docs | reddit.com/r/teenagers | 2022-02-04

    it's open source (github) and receives frequent updates/fixes

  • docgo

    Now you are just a click away from official package documentation for Go repositories. DOCGO is a handy browser extension 🧱 to redirect from Go source code repositories to their official documentation 📄.

  • Save-Tabs

    Export and Import Tabs with Cross-Browser support.

  • e-ink-viewable

    A chrome extension to make all websites viewable in e-ink screen, convert dark theme to light theme automatically.电子墨水屏显示器Chrome插件,网页黑底白字自动转白底黑字。

    Project mention: Can't wait to share you with the e-ink Chrome theme and extension | reddit.com/r/eink | 2022-07-10

    Chrome extension: https://github.com/ismartcoding/e-ink-viewable

  • EcosiaDark

    A darkmode extension built for the Ecosia search engine on the Chrome, Firefox, Edge, & Opera browsers.

    Project mention: New design just dropped. Thoughts? | reddit.com/r/Ecosia | 2022-06-09

    The darkmode extension I use is currently working

  • ig_autolike_and_comment

    chrome extension script autolike and autocomment instagram

    Project mention: Maybe someone can help me repair this little script for instagram | reddit.com/r/learnjavascript | 2022-05-31

    GitHub - frxangelz/ig_autolike_and_comment: chrome extension script autolike and autocomment instagram

  • hide-ratings-extension

    Chrome extension that will protect you from other people influence by hiding the rating bars of IMDB, Goodreads, MyAnimeList and Letterboxd

    Project mention: What’s the least mal rating given to a show you’re willing to watch? | reddit.com/r/anime | 2022-08-10

    There is a chrome extension to hide MAL scores if you don't want to be influenced (link)

  • NewTabRecentBookmarks

    Firefox addon + Chrome extension to display recent bookmarks and pinned folders on the new tab page.

    Project mention: My essential Firefox fixes in 2022 | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-03-13
  • need-words

    This simple chrome extension that uses Want Words (https://github.com/thunlp/WantWords) to suggest the words matching the query description. It is trying to solve the tip-of-the-tongue problem, the phenomenon of failing to retrieve a word from memory.

    Project mention: Need Words? This simple chrome extension that uses Want Words (https://github.com/thunlp/WantWords) to suggest the words matching the query description. It is trying to solve the tip-of-the-tongue problem, the phenomenon of failing to retrieve a word from memory. | reddit.com/r/SideProject | 2022-03-19
  • SISfix

    A Chrome extension that injects CSS to improve the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Student Information System's awful website.

    Project mention: How come the rpi sites look like they haven't been updated since 2007? | reddit.com/r/RPI | 2022-07-08

    Try this chrome extension

  • hidekarma

    A simple chrome extension which hides the karma count because I'm salty about quality.

    Project mention: Hide Reddit Karma | reddit.com/r/u__R_T_ | 2022-01-15

    I made a chrome extension for hiding reddit karma. Check it out here: https://github.com/rhystedstone/hidekarma

  • new-tab-reminders

    A simple reminder/todo application that opens up every time you open a new tab.

    Project mention: Show HN: Reminder list on your Chrome browser new tab | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-06-09

    A simple but elegant todo list on your chrome's new tab, to keep you reminder and on track.

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/new-tab-reminder/mcgmfombdolcfpnbcefghclidgbdabih?hl=en-GB&authuser=0

    We do not track or store or share any user data. The code is also opensource.

    https://github.com/coderhs/new-tab-reminders

  • DailyPause

    A super simple mindfulness plugin for Chrome

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-08-10.

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What are some of the best open-source chrome-extension projects in CSS? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 dejavu 7,865
2 AWSConsoleRecorder 1,316
3 SnappySnippet 981
4 asciidoctor-browser-extension 180
5 LinkOff 101
6 ui-kit-for-chrome-extensions 101
7 yt-classic-polymer 49
8 Conventional-Buttons 30
9 docsafterdark 18
10 docgo 11
11 Save-Tabs 11
12 e-ink-viewable 7
13 EcosiaDark 6
14 ig_autolike_and_comment 4
15 hide-ratings-extension 4
16 NewTabRecentBookmarks 2
17 need-words 1
18 SISfix 1
19 hidekarma 0
20 new-tab-reminders 0
21 DailyPause 0
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