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README.md

SZU Web Assistant

This is a Chrome/Chromium extension which hopes to solve the compatibility problems happened on web applications of Shenzhen University.

Features

You are able to enjoy with those features in any Chromium based browser after installed this extension:

  • Watching online TV if you are using the internal network of SZU
  • Signing in sites which using legacy authentation protocol without ActiveX
  • Finding back the broken features of the SZU public board and WebCC (the legacy homework platform)
  • Viewing many platforms of public affairs normally

and so on.

Installation

The latest build is always able to be downloaded from here.

The new release Chrome/Chromium will deny you to install from URLs outside of Chrome Store. So you may need to install by drag it into extensions management page. You can find more detail on here.

Packaging

If you are a developer, you could build this extension by youself too. For do that, you need to prepare the nodejs and global-installed coffee-script compiler.

$ npm install  # install dependencies
$ cake package  # package the extension

The private key .szu-web-assistant.pem will located at your home directory by default. You should "keep it secret" and "keep it safe" as Gandalf told.

Tips

  • It will waste much time if you trying to package on Microsoft Windows.
  • If you insist on packaging on Windows, you could use Chrome Extension Manager, here are documents.

Contributes

You can fork this project and send us pull requests if you like.

If you found bugs or wish for more features, you could create issues here.

This project is developed and supported by SZU Labs, the unofficial community of the StuCampus.

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