Unofficial "polyfill" for watching Github releases. It was based on this lovely idea.
- Chrome Extension https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gjhmlndokehcbkaockjlgeofgkiaiflg
- Firefox Add-on https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/release-notifier-for-github/
It checks Github releases every 15 minutes and notifies releases by browser notification.
Fast & light-weight: It is loaded and run only when needed. It uses Github api and takes advantage of 304 cache. You can also switch to atom feeds for unsupported repos.
cd in and run
- Tweak UI with random fake data:
npm run dev(not
- Quick build (without optimization):
npm run build --debug --devbuild.
- Full build:
npm run build.
Both Chrome & Firefox outputs are in
If you need to test oauth, edit
src/api/oauth-data.js, add custom oauth client ids and secrets.
You can also untrack it locally.
git update-index --assume-unchanged src/api/oauth-data.js