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Writing a plugin

Posted on 1998-09-11
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Where can I get some sample code to show me how to write a plugin for Netscape communicator and/or IE?
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Does anyone know of a place with more detailed info+demos of writing plugins?
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Hi gilbert

You might want to look at www.stingsoft.com

They have a commercial (costs $) toolkit (objective Plugin) which provides an MFC framework for creating plugins.

I haven't used this particular Stingray product, but I can vouch that there other products are excellent and good value.

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Thanks a lot Answers2000!
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