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README.md

MindTheWord

An extension for Google Chrome that helps people learn new languages while they browse the web.

MindTheWord helps the user to easily learn the vocabulary of a new language while browsing pages in his native language. In every web page visited, it randomly translates a few words into the language he would like to learn. Since only a few words are translated, it is easy to infer their meaning from the context. Read more in Description.md.

Installation:

Install through Chrome Web Store

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mind-the-word/fabjlaokbhaoehejcoblhahcekmogbom

or Load by Yourself

  1. Install node.js, git
  2. Clone the repository git clone https://gitlab.com/aossie/MindTheWord.git
  3. Change directory to MindTheWord cd MindTheWord
  4. npm install -g jspm gulp
  5. npm install -g minimatch@3.0.2
  6. npm install
  7. jspm install
  8. gulp build
  9. Open Chrome and go to chrome://extensions
  10. Enable "Developer mode"
  11. Drag "dist" folder into the browser or click "Load unpacked extension" and select the "dist" folder.

Testing

run npm test

How to Contribute

If you would like to contribute to the development of this extension, please contact the developers. In order to get started with the contribution, please refer to: Contribute.md

Licenses

  • GNU-GPL-3.0

  • CC-By-NC-ND License