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Add-ons

Add-ons add new functionality to Mozilla applications such as Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird. The term "add-on" includes plugins, extensions, themes, and search engine plug-ins.

The Add-on Manager provides access to add-ons in order to determine what's available, install and remove add-ons, and manage the available add-ons.

Documentation

Add-on Manager
Using the Add-on Manager.
Add-on Repository
The Add-on Repository is used to find available add-ons.
Interfacing with the Add-on Repository
How to use the AddonRepository.jsm code module to interact with AMO.
Working with AMO
Tips and suggestions for how to make your add-on work with the addons.mozilla.org repository.
Extensions
Information about developing extensions for Mozilla applications.
Add-on guidelines
Guidelines for creating great add-ons that are more likely to be successful!
Plugins
How to develop plugins.
Themes
Developing themes (or skins) for Mozilla applications.
Creating OpenSearch plugins for Firefox
How to develop search plug-ins for Firefox.
Performance
Performance guides and utilities to help you make your add-on perform well (and to play nicely with others).

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