I’ll probably be asking for suggestion for people that know good JS.
I’m trying to build a Google Chrome extension using this awesome application described here:
It actually works and I very much suggest everyone to give it a try - that’s another level and another application for Bubble apps.
Anyways, to my question - the logic of my application is based on the URL that user is on currently in his (chrome) browser.
“This url” function of Bubble in this case is not helping, as the application is running on it’s default webserver URL, so this does not change.
What I need is to get this data from Chrome browser API (get current tab URL)
I skimmed trough the stackoverflow for the answers, and I’m guessing that I’ve even found them, but currently can’t get my head around they way to implement this in Bubble (more like - whatever I tried so far did not work)
Any advices and suggestions, please?
To sum up - I need to get a string of current user URL from chrome API that I am able to play around in the bubble app logic.
Thanks a lot guys!