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You will now be ready to start turning your idea for a browser extension into reality. Before you start that journey, it's worth being aware of a few things that will help to make it a smooth one.
如果你使用了打包压缩工具来交付你最终的代码，你需要提交你的源码到 AMO 审查。此外，用于压缩、混淆、构建的工具需要是开源的(或提供无限的免费使用), 并且可以在审阅者的计算机（Windows、Mac或Linux）上运行。主要是，我们的审阅者无法使用商业或基于Web的工具。
Third-party libraries are a great way to add complex features or functionality to your browser extensions quickly. When you submit an extension to the AMO review process, the process will also consider any third-party libraries used. To streamline the review, make sure you always download third-party libraries from their official website or repository, and if the library is minified provide a link to the source code. Please note that third-party libraries cannot be modified in any way.
The Firefox Add-on Distribution Agreement
Browser extensions need to be signed to install into the release or beta versions of Firefox. Signing takes place in addons.mozilla.org (AMO) and is subject to the terms and conditions of the Firefox Add-on Distribution Agreement. The goal of the agreement is to ensure Firefox users get access to well supported, quality add-ons that enhance the Firefox experience.
The review process
When a browser extension is submitted for signing, it's subject to automated review. It may also be subject to a manual review, when the automated review determines that a manual review is needed. Your browser extension won't be signed until it’s passed the automated review and may have its signing revoked if it fails to pass the manual review. The review process follows a strict set of guidelines, so it’s easy to check and avoid any likely review problems.
AMO featured browser extensions
If you choose to list your browser extension on AMO, your extension could be featured on the AMO website, in the Firefox browser’s add-on manager, or elsewhere on a Mozilla website. We've compiled a list of guidelines about how extensions are selected for featuring, by following these guidelines you give your extension the best chance of being featured.
Continue your learning experience
Now you know what lies ahead, it's time to dive into more details about browser extension development. In the sections that follow, you’ll discover:
- A guide to the user interface components available to your browser extensions.
- Information on how to port other browser extensions to Firefox.
- Details about the Firefox specific workflows you can use to develop browser extensions.
- A full reference guide to the Manifest keys.