|Title: Library Toolbars for Use and Development|
|Author(s): Mitchell Brown|
|Journal: Library Hi Tech News|
|Year: 2007 Volume: 24 Issue: 8 Page: 33 - 35|
|Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited|
|Abstract: Abstract – Purpose – Aims to review some new developments in browser toolbars to enhance information searching activities.|
Design/methodology/approach – A review with descriptions of new options for developing library-specific internet browser toolbars to enhance user search options.
Findings – Several software development coding platforms are available to create toolbars, bookmarklets, browser extensions, and search tools for library applications.
Originality/value – This article provides descriptions of software development for internet browser toolbars and web gadgets.
|Keywords: Computer applications, Computer software, Internet|
|Article Type: Technical paper|
|Article URL: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/10.1108/07419050710836027|
Sunday, December 2, 2007
Or so: Firefox add-ons and extensions
I have an article in Library Hi-Tech News on library toolbars.