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|A collection of awesome browser extensions for GitHub.|
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|Browser extension - Get notified about new GitHub notifications|
|[WebExtension] Open GitHub notifications with shortcuts in Gmail.|
|An awesome chrome extension for github :octocat:|
|Octohint||923||2 years ago||1||January 19, 2017||10||mit||TypeScript|
|The missing IntelliSense hint for GitHub and GitLab|
|Npmhub||699||4 months ago||6||mit||Svelte|
|🔎 A browser extension to explore npm dependencies on GitHub repos|
|[Web extension] Filter events on github.com activity dashboard.|
The original idea was to show if it's a contributors first PR on the pull request page such as https://github.com/babel/babel/pull/3283.
Much thanks to @Pocket-titan and @djrosenbaum for working on the logo 🖼!
You can start from any page on
github.com and when you navigate to a specific issue/pull request (such as https://github.com/babel/babel/pull/3331), it will inject information inline (like the # of PRs a user has made to that specific repo).
You can click on
🔄 to update the data if it has changed (it is cached in chrome storage).
If necessary, you may want to create or get a "access token" that uses the
public_repo permission if you want to use a 30/min rate limit instead of 10/min.
If you want to use this on private repos then you'll need to add the
repopermission instead. I would recommend installing locally for this.
"https://github.com/*/*/pull/*which is correct, but if you start from the hompage, then the script won't ever be injected since github is using pushState to change urls. Now it will match
https://github.comand then check for the specific url.
"storage", to store access token, cache user PR data.
"identity", to create an oauth request window.
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