Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) July 29, 2011
Add-ons are very popular, but developers face a problem choosing which browser to develop the add-on for. Until now, there has been no ability to create cross-browser add-ons, forcing developers to create add-ons for each browser individually from scratch. With the release of this Add-on Framework developers now have a completely new way to create cross-browser add-ons, eliminating the need to code for every browser.
The Besttoolbars Add-on Framework opens new horizons of creativity and distribution, allowing developers to concentrate on concept and marketing rather than on coding and testing for various browsers.
The Add-on Framework supports:
- Internet Explorer 7,8,9,
- Firefox 4,6,
- Chrome 11,12
- Safari 5
- Opera 11
With the Add-on Framework, web developers can create their own cross-browser add-ons using technologies they already know – HTML, Java Script, and CSS – requiring much less time than ever.
The examples that come with the Add-on Framework were written in 3-4 hours each. For example, the GTalk add-on allows chatting via GTalk in any browser while browsing other websites.
Add-on Framework is free for non-commercial use and is also available for commercial projects.
To watch the Tour Video on how to create add-ons using Add-on Framework please visit: http://www.besttoolbars.net/products/addon_framework/
Formed in 2003, Besttoolbars is known as the leader in toolbar software. Besttoolbars focuses on browser toolbar solutions and also offers a toolbar building platform. Besttoolbars has created desktop products for leading Internet companies including AOL.com, Web.de, and Skype.com. More than 7000 companies worldwide use Besttoolbars solutions.