Saving data from Chrome extension popup to a rate-limited backend

Saving data from Chrome extension popup to a rate-limited backend

By : Tim
Date : November 20 2020, 04:01 AM
I hope this helps . I'm building a Chrome extension as a popup. , you don't need to use service worker
Do this:
code :

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Trouble saving scroll position in Chrome extension popup

Trouble saving scroll position in Chrome extension popup

By : Yogesh Prasanna
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue The issue was actually in the corresponding CSS code. The
wasn't scrollable, and so it didn't allow saving a scroll position bigger than the visible area of the popup.
The solution was to add the position: relative; and overflow-y: auto; (overflow-y: scroll; works as well) properties to the CSS element.
chrome extension: saving data attribute in background from popup

chrome extension: saving data attribute in background from popup

By : Mikhail
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I figured out the solution. Instead of retrieving the frame element from popup, I had to do the following:
code :
function getStatus() {
  // popup.js MUST retrieve the current status this way
  // $(bg.getFrame()).data('status') IS BAD
  var frame = $('iframe')[0];
  return $(frame).data('status');
chrome extension - login in popup.html using django backend

chrome extension - login in popup.html using django backend

By : user2206901
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Your message in popup.js is targeted toward the content scripts, not the background page. You need to use chrome.runtime, not chrome.tabs.
code :
chrome.tabs.sendMessage(tab.id, {asking: "login"}, function(response) {
chrome.runtime.sendMessage({asking: "login"}, function(response) {
Chrome extension - saving login details for popup

Chrome extension - saving login details for popup

By : taraschmitt
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times chrome.storage.sync is not the same thing as local storage, you won't see the data saved using this method in the dev tools Local Storage.
You have a message mismatch. You're using {name: 'getloginCookie'} to send the message and the if statement is checking for getLoginCookie. The difference is the lower case l in the parameter you pass to the sendMessage function.
Chrome Extension Saving Values from Background.js into Storage and displaying on popup.html

Chrome Extension Saving Values from Background.js into Storage and displaying on popup.html

By : tinker
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , Don't use popup.js as a content script. You don't need the content script. See the architecture overview. The content scripts have limited access to chrome API and run in the web page, not in the browserAction popup which is a totally separate full extension page with its own chrome-extension:// URL and own devtools console etc, not related to the web page. browserAction.onClicked doesn't work simultaneously with a popup html so you should pick one. In this case since you need to display the popup page, declare it in manifest.json, remove browserAction.onClicked, put its inner code into your popup.js As a consequence, there'll be no need for the background script There's probably no need for permission since you already have activeTab which gives you full access to the active tab after the extension icon is clicked. chrome.tabs.getSelected is deprecated and will be removed eventually so use chrome.tabs.query({active: true, currentWindow: true}, tabs => { ... }) No need to read chrome.storage since you already get the active URL in your popup.js. Regarding "omg so fancy", callbacks are not an arbitrary weirdness, but a consequence of the basic fact: the API is asynchronous so the callback is invoked at a later point in time, it's like a one-time "onload" event listener. There are many tutorials about asynchronous JavaScript. Use the safe textContent property instead of the potentially unsafe innerHTML for displaying a plain text string such as the URL.
code :
"browser_action": {
  "default_title": "Add this page to my list",
  "default_popup": "popup.html"
  code: 'document.body.style.backgroundColor="red"'

chrome.tabs.query({active: true, currentWindow: true}, ([tab]) => {
  document.getElementById('currentLink').textContent = tab.url;
  chrome.storage.sync.set({key1: tab.url});
(async () => {
  const [tab] = await browser.tabs.query({active: true, currentWindow: true});
  document.getElementById('currentLink').textContent = tab.url;
  await chrome.storage.sync.set({key1: tab.url});
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