Get paid by businesses who require a Chrome Extension. Or build your own Chrome Extension and sell it on the Google Chrome Store.
Learn to Build, Test and Publish Your Own Google Chrome Extension
Included in this course are the images and icons I have used in the lectures but you are free to use your own.
This course is about an hour long. The lectures contain everything you need to know in a step-by-step format to build and publish your own Chrome Extension, whilst remaining concise and to the point.
At the end of this course, you will be a fully-fledged Google Chrome Extension developer. Not only will you know how to build a Chrome Extension, but how to test, how to implement on your local browser and how to publish to the Chrome Store.
In the next hour, you will have the knowledge to make money from your own Extension. Enrol today!
Welcome to the course!
This course is about an hour long. If you can't spare an hour today to complete the course, why not challenge yourself to complete 15 minutes a day, over the course of 4 days this week?
This introduction will explain exactly why you should complete the course and what skills you will learn by the end to be able to build your own Chrome Extension.
Find out what basic web developing skills you need to get the most from this course and what software will help you build your first Chrome Extension.
Learn in detail what a Google Chrome Extension is and what functionality they can bring to your Internet browser.
Learn what a page action Chrome Extension is, what functionality they can bring to a website and you'll see some examples of page actions in action.
Take a look at some examples of browser action Chrome Extensions and how they differ from page actions, mentioned in the previous lecture. You'll see what functionality they can bring to Google Chrome.
This lecture will provide an overview of the main topics you looked at in this first section of the course, covering the main aspects of what makes a Chrome Extension, what functionality they bring and the differences between page actions and browser actions.
In this introduction to the second section of the course, I'll explain what you will be building and the steps you'll be taking to make and publish your Chrome Extension.
You'll learn the initial files you'll need to include in your Extension project. I'll then show you the code behind writing the manifest file which is required to give Google Chrome information about your Chrome Extension.
The HTML code will provide the initial markup for your Chrome Extension. Following along with this lecture, you'll be adding the essential elements for the Extension.
Let's add a little style to your Extension! I'll show you the recommended CSS code to include which will help add a little visual neatness to your Chrome Extension.
You need to add a visually appealing icon to your Extension. I'll explain the best practices when making the choice in what icon type to include and why choosing carefully is important.
Let's test out your Chrome Extension! I'll show you the steps to get your finished Chrome Extension working inside of Google Chrome on your local machine.
So you want to upload your Extension to the Chrome Store for the world to see, and maybe even make some money from it?! I'll explain how to build your product page so it is ready to publish your Extension to the Google Chrome Store for everyone on the Internet to download.
In this lecture, I'll be giving you a summary to the key points we've covered in this main section and remind you the important aspects you must include to build, test and publish a Google Chrome Extension.
If you're eager to go away and think of your own Extension and what other functionality you could include, then I'll explain in this lecture the examples of Google's API's you can take advantage of to take your Chrome Extension to the next level.
This useful sheet contains some external resources which I think you will find useful if you're serious about taking your new found Extension development skills to the next stage.
Quite simply, thank you for enrolling on this course. Udemy has a great community and you're part of that. Congratulations on completing 100% of the course!
Hi, I'm David. I am a full time front-end web developer from Norwich, England.
I have had various roles within the digital marketing sector including SEO, digital advertising management and user experience but it is my current role in web development where my passion truly lies.
I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm with people like you and hope to reflect that in my Udemy courses.
So why not discover one of my courses now and see what fantastic opportunities learning something new can bring you?