5 results for tag “testing”

  1. Testing persistent and restart features

    Testing persistent and restart features When testing your extension, you may notice that some features reset themselves or stop working when you load an updated version or after you restart Firefox. For example, you may be using local storage and notice that previously saved...

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  2. Test permission requests

    Test permission requests Your extension may contain two types of permission request: install time and runtime permission requests. This page explains how you can test the way your users will see requests for these permissions. Contents Permission grant behavior during testingObserve or verify install...

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  3. Getting started with web-ext

    Getting started with web-ext web-ext is a command line tool designed to speed up various parts of the extension development process, making development faster and easier. This article explains how to install and use web-ext. Contents InstallationUsing web-extSee also Installation web-ext is a node-based...

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  4. Browser Extension Development Tools

    Browser Extension Development Tools Mozilla and the Firefox browser extension developer community have created a range of tools that can simplify and speed up your browser extension development. This page provides a summary of those tools including details on the features each offers, how...

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  5. Distribute pre-release versions

    Distribute pre-release versions Learn how to distribute an alpha or beta pre-release version of your extension for Firefox. Pre-release channels are not supported on addons.mozilla.org (AMO), so if you would like to have a limited group of users test a beta version of your...

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