I attended the third Refresh Oxford hack day yesterday, hosted at Incuna’s offices in Summertown.
People came along with their own project ideas, and grouped off to do them, I came along with my idea of creating a Google Chrome extension that lets you add the currently viewed page to a board on Trello.
I was the only front-end developer there, amongst a mixture of Djangonauts and some dust-covered PHP aficionados.
I ended up taking my project solo, and so I produced my first extension from scratch.
You can get the extension over at the GitHub repository. If you find any issues, feel free to submit a pull request or an issue and let me know.
This post was written way back in 2013. There's a chance that it's no-longer correct, or it has been superseded by a newer post. I commend you for making it this far through my archive!
Take a look in the Archive to see if I've written a newer post on the subject.