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Project: Develop a custom Google Chrome extension.
Skills: Programming experience (JS, HTML, CSS), experience developing browser extensions
Description: GIP needs assistance in developing a custom Chrome extension which will be used to send text to predefined webhooks. There is an existing open source Chrome extension, Send to Webhook, that can serve as a starting point for this project (GitHub repo).
The existing extension allows users to define webhooks in an ‘options’ screen after the extension has been installed, however we would like to develop a version where webhooks are defined before installation, so that we can deploy to users with preset options.
Contact: Matt Holbrook, Operations Director, [email protected]
Updated: September 22, 2021