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geckodriver - WebDriver <-> Marionette proxy

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Proxy for using W3C WebDriver-compatible clients to interact with Gecko-based browsers.This program provides the HTTP API described by the WebDriver protocol to communicate with Gecko browsers, such as Firefox. It translates calls into the Firefox remote protocol by acting as a proxy between the local- and remote ends.

bookmark-archiver - 🗄 Save an archived copy of all websites starred using Pocket/Pinboard/Bookmarks

  •    Python

Save an archived copy of all websites you bookmark (the actual content of each site, not just the list of bookmarks).Outputs browsable static html archives of each site, a PDF, a screenshot, and a link to a copy on archive.org, all indexed with nice html & json files.




docker-selenium - Selenium in Docker with Chrome & Firefox plus video recording support

  •    Shell

The purpose of this project is to have Selenium running as simple and as fast as possible. This purpose is augmented by Zalenium a project which uses this one to provide docker-selenium(s) on-demand.

freshplayerplugin - ppapi2npapi compatibility layer

  •    C

PPAPI-host NPAPI-plugin adapter. As you know, Adobe have suspended further development of Flash player plugin for GNU/Linux. Latest available as an NPAPI plugin version 11.2 will get security updates for five years (since its release on May 4th, 2012), but further development have been ceased. Fortunately or not, newer versions are still available for Linux as a part of Chrome browser, where Flash comes bundled in a form of PPAPI plugin. PPAPI or Pepper Plugin API is an interface promoted by Chromium/Chrome team for browser plugins. It's NPAPI-inspired yet significantly different API which have every conceivable function plugin may want. Two-dimensional graphics, OpenGL ES, font rendering, network access, audio, and so on. It's huge, there are 111 groups of functions, called interfaces which todays Chromium browser offers to plugins. Although specs are not final yet, and new interface versions are arising, with some older ones getting deleted; rate of change have significantly slowed down.

uBlock - uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.

  •    Javascript

pronounced you-block origin (/ˈjuːˌblɒk/) — you decide what enters your browser. English, Chinese (中文), Korean (한국어), Português (Brasil) BEWARE! uBlock Origin is (and has always been) COMPLETELY UNRELATED to the web site ublock.org. An efficient blocker add-on for various browsers. Fast, potent, and lean.

github-awesome-autocomplete - :octocat: Add instant search capabilities to GitHub's search bar

  •    Javascript

By working every day on building the best search engine, we've become obsessed with our own search experience on the websites and mobile applications we use. GitHub is quite big for us, we use their search bar every day but it was not optimal for our needs: so we just re-built Github's search the way we thought it should be and we now share it with the community via this Chrome, Firefox and Safari extensions. Algolia provides a developer-friendly SaaS API for database search. It enables any website or mobile application to easily provide its end-users with an instant and relevant search. With Algolia's unique find as you type experience, users can find what they're looking for in just a few keystrokes. Feel free to give Algolia a try with our 14-days FREE trial at Algolia.


firefox-ios - Firefox for iOS

  •    Swift

Download on the App Store. This branch is for mainline development that will ship in v11.0.

focus-ios - Firefox Focus for iOS

  •    Swift

Browse like no one’s watching. The new Firefox Focus automatically blocks a wide range of online trackers — from the moment you launch it to the second you leave it. Easily erase your history, passwords and cookies, so you won’t get followed by things like unwanted ads. Download on the App Store.

octotree - Code tree for GitHub

  •    Javascript

Find the extension folder in tmp/safari. Follow Apple instructions to install the extension to your browser. Prebuilt packages are available in the dist folder. For security reason, only download Octotree from this location.

toggl-button - Toggl Button extension for Chrome and Firefox

  •    Javascript

Add Toggl one-click time tracking to popular web tools. Then depending on your browser, continue with the following steps.

mkcert - A simple zero-config tool to make locally trusted development certificates with any names you'd like

  •    Go

mkcert is a simple tool for making locally-trusted development certificates. It requires no configuration. Using certificates from real certificate authorities (CAs) for development can be dangerous or impossible (for hosts like localhost or 127.0.0.1), but self-signed certificates cause trust errors. Managing your own CA is the best solution, but usually involves arcane commands, specialized knowledge and manual steps.

user.js - user.js -- Firefox configuration hardening

  •    Javascript

A user.js configuration file for Mozilla Firefox designed to harden browser settings and make it more secure. Do note that these settings alter your browser behaviour quite a bit, so it is recommended to either create a completely new profile for Firefox or backup your existing profile directory before putting the user.js file in place.

tridactyl - A Vim-like interface for Firefox, inspired by Vimperator/Pentadactyl.

  •    TypeScript

Replace Firefox's default control mechanism with one modelled on the one true editor, Vim. Simply click this link in Firefox to install our latest "beta" build. These betas are updated with each commit to master on this repo. Your browser will automatically update from there once a day. If you want more frequent updates, you can change extensions.update.interval in about:config to whatever time you want, say, 15 minutes (900 seconds). Alternatively, you can get our "stable" builds straight from Mozilla. The changelog for the stable versions can be found here. If you want to use advanced features such as edit-in-Vim, you'll also need to install the native messenger or executable, instructions for which can be found by typing :installnative and hitting enter once you are in Tridactyl.

webextensions-examples - Example Firefox add-ons created using the WebExtensions API

  •    Javascript

Maintained by the MDN team at Mozilla. WebExtensions are a way to write browser extensions: that is, programs installed inside a web browser that modify the behaviour of the browser or of web pages loaded by the browser. They are built on a set of cross-browser APIs, so WebExtensions written for Google Chrome or Opera will in most cases run in Firefox or Edge too.

melonJS - a fresh & lightweight javascript game engine

  •    CSS

Note that due to the cross-origin request policy implemented in most browsers (that prevents from accessing local files), you will need to either disable this security check (see the tutorial), or better use a "personal" local web server like the grunt connect task that is used for building melonJS (see below for building melonJS).

wpt - Test suites for Web platform specs — including WHATWG, W3C, and others

  •    HTML

The web-platform-tests Project is a W3C-coordinated attempt to build a cross-browser testsuite for the Web-platform stack. Writing tests in a way that allows them to be run in all browsers gives browser projects confidence that they are shipping software that is compatible with other implementations, and that later implementations will be compatible with their implementations. This in turn gives Web authors/developers confidence that they can actually rely on the Web platform to deliver on the promise of working across browsers and devices without needing extra layers of abstraction to paper over the gaps left by specification editors and implementors. Clone or otherwise get https://github.com/web-platform-tests/wpt.

rtc-everywhere - Cross-everything WebRTC mega-project

  •    Javascript

Sick of the incompatible mess of vendor prefixes, adapters, plugins, extensions, and native modules? rtc-everywhere aims to provide a spec-compliant WebRTC implementation in as many environments as possible. Similar to the specification, but slightly adjusted to have an easier API.

browser - The browser extension vault (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge, Safari, & more).

  •    Javascript

The Bitwarden browser extension is written using the Chrome Web Extension API and AngularJS. By default the extension is targeting the production API. If you are running the Core API locally, you'll need to switch the extension to target your local instance. Open src/services/api.service.ts and set this.baseUrl and this.identityBaseUrl to your local API instance (ex. http://localhost:5000).





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