Submit a plugin

If you want to submit a plugin you have created to become an official plugin at DOMAssistant, there are some things to consider:

  • It needs to be released under some sort of open source license (e.g. MIT License, LGPL).
  • To reach maximum compatibility, it should pass a JSLint validation.
  • You need to test that it work in the most common web browsers (IE 6+, Firefox 1.5+, Safari 3+, Opera 9+).
  • Create documentation explaining the different methods, what they do and which parameters they accept.

Plugin hosting

You can either choose to host your plugin JavaScript file here, or at another location of your liking. Recommended places are Google Code or SourceForge, and there you can offer your plugin together with documentation, issue reports etc.

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