Best underrated developer Chrome extensions
October 22, 2018 - 3 min read
Octotree adds a sidebar to GitHub allowing you to browse a repository with a familiar IDE-like tree view.
Explore and find what you need on GitHub with sidebar navigation.
30 Seconds of Knowledge
A new tab page in Chrome with 30 Seconds of Knowledge enabled
Get a unique hosted link to any photo in seconds. Right-click an image, select "Re-host image", and a new tab will open an imgur page with your photo. You can then use the link on your website (just beware of copyright).
Get a hosted imgur URL with just two clicks.
Top Tip: use "Get Share Links" on your imgur photo to find the direct link.
Session Buddy allows you to save open tabs if you need to restart your machine or if you need to come back to them later. It also automatically saves your recent sessions and will re-open multiple windows just as you had them.
Save your Chrome tabs for later.
Right Click Opens Link New Tab Correct Order
Installing this extension will change your right-click into a one-click button for opening new tabs. Instead or right-clicking + selecting "Open Link in New Tab", now right-clicking a link will open the link in a new tab in the background with just one-click. This is super helpful for Googling and quickly opening multiple Stack Overflow results.
Open new links in new tabs with one click.
(Bonus) Reddit Enhancement Suite
RES has been around since 2010 providing a better Reddit experience out of the box. Features like infinite scroll, night-mode, account switching, and countless UI improvements make this essential for everyone using Reddit.
The best way to view Reddit.
If you have any favorite extensions, let me know and I can add to the list!