Hey guys, I am a young web developer with knowledge of JS. I built this chrome extension over the last few months as a side project using socketIo and little bit of ReactJS.
It is a remote for your Netflix streaming. I feel this is needed especially for people who are projecting their laptop to some screen. Me and my flatmates watched a lot of movies during quarantine and felt we needed something like this. You don’t need any app for this on your phone, the remote is hosted on a website.
This extension runs only for domains starting with https://www.netflix.com/watch/, and you do not have to worry about it while the browsing other web pages. Controls :
Play 2. Pause 3. Forward 4. Backward 5. Volume Up 6. Volume Down 7. Mute Toggle 8. Skip Recap/Intro 9. Change Subs 10. Change Audio 11. Change Episodes (If applicable) 12. Next Episode (If applicable) 13. Close – Move remote from your hand to your friend’s by closing your connection and letting him/her enter the OTP. Point 8 -12 are not provided by alternatives available on the web.
I really hope you guys can try it out and help me with feedbacks and suggestions.
PS : The extension is far from perfect. But I would really like to improve it.
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Obviously this is a single image so it is not interactive whatsoever.
I have three questions:
What does a web developer do with this? Do they literally just create an entire functional website that is an exact replica of this design or what?
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