by Kanika Maheshwari Updated: Feb 22, 2023
Let us have a look at these libraries in detail below.
- Discover and fix vulnerabilities.
- Immediate development settings.
- Use AI to create better code.
The library for web and native user interfaces
- Makes a graph of each dependency in your program.
- Promotes the creation of more dynamic and contemporary user experiences by web developers.
- No matter what features the browser has, code is compatible.
- Helps in preventing frequent browser issues.
- Fast tree-based search.
- Working with any size repository PRO features.
- Support for private repositories and GitHub themes.
- An plugin for the browser that manages userscript donations
- Allows for the addition and usage of userscripts.
- Sync using a browser and online storage.
Tampermonkey is the most popular userscript manager, with over 10 million users. It's available for Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera Next, and Firefox.
- Enables users to set up scripts that alter the content of web pages instantly.
- Firefox user script manager.
- They function exactly like a regular Chrome addon.
Greasemonkey is a user script manager for Firefox.
- Every minute checks the GitHub Notifications API.
- Supports the option to only display the unread count for problems in which you are actively involved in GitHub Enterprise.
- On the extension preferences page, you may turn on desktop notifications if you wish to.
Browser extension - Get notified about new GitHub notifications
- Using standard JS search, locally completed in your browser.
- Leading public repositories
- The most recent users.
:octocat: Add instant search capabilities to GitHub's search bar
- Improves github.com's file browsers for repositories.
- Replace the generic file/folder icons with custom material design icons for each kind of file.
- Work together without using code.
🍭 Chrome extension for displaying file icons on Github.