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Drumpf & Co.

Inspired by "LastWeekTonight with John Oliver" Drumpfinator, I created a chrome extension with a default option mimicking that of the Drumpfinator, but one that also accepts user input for words to replace along with their replacements.

Used chrome.storage to store client's replacement input and used the Storage Area Explorer plugin to inspect the stored elements in dev tools. The DOM gets traversed on document load and scroll.

Project Members: Mariya Bogorodova

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