Cross Browser Development Most Important In Webstore Era, Say Experts

Add-on experts BestToolBars have announced that cross browser development is increasingly important in the web store era. The agency, which last week announced that its own cross browser extension framework had enjoyed its most successful start to a year to date, reached this conclusion after studying the download habits of thousands of users.

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Cross Browser Extension Framework

Cross Browser Extension Framework

Our skilled team are vastly experienced and can help developers to to post their extensions in any browser market by reducing the risk of publishing process failure.

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

Add-on experts BestToolBars have announced that cross browser development is increasingly important in the web store era. The agency, which last week announced that its own cross browser extension framework had enjoyed its most successful start to a year to date, reached this conclusion after studying the download habits of thousands of users.

Valery Kuznetsov, Key Projects Manager at Besttoolbars said, “Nowadays most users prefer to upload and install browser plugins from official browser web stores because it’s the safest and fastest way of how to find what you need. That’s why in order to increase the user pool it’s very important to release your extension in browser web stores.”

While on the surface, this activity may seem simple, it is often a much more complex proposition than would seem to be the case. There are many pitfalls to the process of submitting an extension to browser webstores because each browser store has its own unique list of requirements for new apps.

Although the current requirements are usually posted in the extension developer FAQ area of each store, even apps that appear to have compiled with all the requirements can still be rejected. BestToolBars puts this hurdle down to a simple matter of interpretation, recognising that many requirements can be considered in a number of different ways. It is only with experience that developers can untangle this confusing web and develop a clear understanding of the actual requirements set by the web store.

Valery Kuznetsov added, “Our skilled team are vastly experienced and can help developers to to post their extensions in any browser market by reducing the risk of publishing process failure.”

To find out more about the BestToolBars 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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