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Recently, Google announced that Manifest V2 is going to be phased out progressively and extensions should be migrated to Manifest V3.
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First natural step after publishing your Chrome extension is to migrate to other platforms such as Firefox or Safari. Before we move on to how we can migrate Chrome extensions to Safari, let’s first understand why you should.
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The new iOS15 and iPadOS15, which will arrive this fall, will allow users to download extensions for Safari from the Apple Store. Apple has already made the software available that enables developers to create universal web extensions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Why are we so excited about this news? Here’s why.
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In the decade since our company’s inception, browser extension development has become one of our core service offerings. Out of the 300 or so browser extensions that we ended up developing in that time frame, over 200 of them were for the Chrome browser. The correlation between these two numbers is not a result of accident or choice....
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