Text Readability Scorer - Experimental Firefox extension - v0.1
This is an experimental firefox extension that I created during the Mozilla Developer Network Hackday on 24th March 2012 in New York City. It displays the reading scores for the following formulae:
- Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease
- Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level
- Gunning Fog Index
- Coleman Liau Index
- SMOG Index
- Automated Readability Index
- Download the Mozilla Firefox Add-ons SDK
- Download the readability director into a place where you can activate the SDK and get to the command line(platform specific instructions will be in the SDK)
- Enter "cfx run" in the command line while in the "readability" directory (SDK commandline)
- It should launch an instance of the browser with the plugin loaded
Navigate to any webpage, wait until it loads, and then select some text,right-clicking should bring up the "Calculate Readability" menu item which would launch the scores in a "panel".
NOTE: The tests in the test suite are the default tests and not updated for this code :) Please ignore. Also in its current iteration, it doesnt use any HTML5 and is a bare-bones basic HTML+JS app utilizing the Add-on API
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