A Chrome extension that adds a “Save in Ember” button next to Dribbble shots.
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Save in Ember Chrome Extension

A simple Chrome extension that adds a “Save in Ember” button next to Dribbble shots.

Before and After of the Dribbble UI

Note: This was a personal project. There's already an official, far more fully-featured extension available for Ember.

How it works

I've written a full breakdown over on my blog. Simply put, it uses the emberapp:///import?url={{URL}} URL scheme.

How to use it

Requirements:

  • Obviously, this requires Ember. Get a 14 day free trial here.
  • “Always enable browser extensions” must be turned on in Ember's preferences.
  1. Download and unzip this repo
  2. Open the extensions tab in Chrome's preferences
  3. Make sure “Developer mode” is checked
  4. Drag the folder onto the window

Author

Elliot Jackson

License

MIT licensed.