You can bake a perfect Chrome Extension with the right ingredients and this simple recipe! Chrome is the most popular web browser on the planet.
Chrome is the most popular web browser on the planet and takes up nearly 70% of the market share. Chrome Extensions are small software programs that spice up your web browsing experience.
The code examples in this post are edited for clarity and readability. You can find the original source code in [this repository_](https://github.com/naush/chrome-ext-example)._
For demonstration, we will build a Chrome Extension that facilitates the Pomodoro Technique.
The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method invented by Francesco Cirillo. The technique decomposes work into intervals, separated by short breaks. Pomodoro is the Italian word for tomato, which is a reference to the tomato-shaped kitchen timer that its inventor used to measure his sessions.
Our extension will include a page for users to pick the duration of their session. A popup to show a digital kitchen timer. And a background script that makes a beep sound whenever it’s time for a break.
At the core of a Chrome Extension is the manifest file. This file instructs the browser on how it intends to interact with the browser’s API, and locate the asset files.
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