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jslogger-chrome-extension-example

An example that explains how to use JSLogger inside a Google Chrome extension.

Check out the source code to know how it works.

Download the extension locally, install in Google Chrome and play with it.

Installation

Clone the extension in a local folder:

$ git clone https://github.com/jslogger/jslogger-chrome-extension-example.git

Create an account on jslogger.com and grab the API key from the Code page.

Set up you API key in the popup.js file.

Load the extension in Google Chrome from your local file system (Getting started with Chrome extensions).