Besttoolbars Cross Browser Extension Framework Finding Favor with Developers

The innovative cross browser extension framework by BestToolBars is finding favor with developers across the world as the creators confirm today a record number of users for the first quarter of the year.

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Cross Browser Extension Framework

Cross Browser Extension Framework

Developers using the cross browser extension framework are able to reduce their development time by writing just one piece of code that works in all browsers

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) April 05, 2014

The innovative cross browser extension framework by BestToolBars is finding favor with developers across the world as the creators confirm today a record number of users for the first quarter of the year.

Developed by the plug in experts to streamline and simplify the process of creating plugins that are compatible with each of the major internet browsers, the BestToolBars cross browser extension framework is rapidly becoming an online essential. Between January and March this year, the framework was used by more developers, more returning clients and more new clients than at any other point in its history.

BestToolBars has cited the overwhelming benefits of the tool as being the driving force behind the record-breaking quarter. Valery Kuznetsov, Key Projects Manager at Besttoolbars said, “Developers have flocked to our cross browser development framework this year and we are delighted to confirm that we have hit record numbers in the first three months to April 2014. We can conclusively state that the many benefits of the tool are directly responsible for this overwhelming demand following comments and feedback from our clients.

Developers using the cross browser extension framework are able to reduce their development time by writing just one piece of code that works in all browsers and using common technologies: HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. This results in faster delivery and deployment of the product to market and with less developer time expended making the plug-in, the development costs are significantly lower.

New users of the framework also cited ease and speed of making changes as two of the factors which encouraged them to try the product this year. Valery Kuznetsov, added, “As a developer, if you need to update functionality of your extension when using a cross browser extension framework, you can just change code in one place and get the update extensions for all of the browsers, instead of separately changing five pieces of code in different extensions. We have also introduced improved browser compatibility support and this feature has also encouraged more new developers to try the framework in 2014. This means that cross browser extension framework takes the burden of keeping the code compatible with most recent changes in browsers from the developer’s shoulders so they no longer have to rewrite the code when a new browser version gets released.”

To find out more about the cross browser extension framework visit http://www.besttoolbars.net/solutions/cross_browser_extension_framework/

About Besttoolbars: Besttoolbars is a company well known for creating browser toolbars and add-ons. It has worked with an array of global brands, from start-ups to high-profile Fortune 500 corporations including Amazon, Skype, IBM, DHL, TNT and Intel. More than 7000 companies currently use solutions created on the Besttoolbars platform. Its product line includes:

Toolbar Studio: IDE for designing toolbars for Internet Explorer and Firefox
Add-ons Framework: Framework for building add-ons for Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera

Besttoolbars also offers a number of services to help businesses integrate their products with desktops and mobile phones. It provides custom browser development, add-ons, add-ins and mobile app development.


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