Creating A Chrome Extension with React

Creating A Chrome Extension with React

Last week I started building a Chrome extension for a product. The extension was built with React as a view engine to render a popup. So I thought to document it to make anyone getting started on this to get along.

Last week I started building a Chrome extension for a product. The extension was built with React as a view engine to render a popup. So I thought to document it to make anyone getting started on this to get along.

In this blog, We will go through the process of building a Chrome extension using React. After this, you can add more functionalities to it very conveniently.

Link for Github Repository: https://github.com/onlyoneaman/chrome-extension-react

So Let’s get started.

Features of the extension

This extension can access your active tab and change the background colour of the page. Before Image for post After Image for post

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