If you do not use Google Chrome, make sure to check out using the Bookie
Google Chrome Extension
Provides Bookie bookmarks into Google Chrome
- supports loading existing bookmark data if you’re on a page already
- Capable of sending current page’s html content to Bookie for parsing the
readable version of the page so it’s immediately available. This slows down
the plugin, so uncheck the Cache Content if you experience adverse
- Assists by providing recently used tags for completion
- Chrome users can get it from the Gallery: http://goo.gl/NYinc
Hint good reviews would be appreciated!
- To get the development version of the extension (to use with the develop
branch) use the url: http://files.bmark.us/chrome_ext.crx
- Updates currently need to be done manually
In order to setup the extension you’ll need to set a couple of options. To pull
up the options page right-click on the extension in the tool bar and select the
- API Url
set this to the installed url for your bookie instance. In dev mode
it’s http://127.0.0.1:6543/api/v1. If you do not set the api url you should get
an error about not being able to find a bookie instance at that url.
By default the extension attempts to hook you up to the bmark.us instance.
- API Key
- You can get the API key for your user by logging into the website and going
to the Account page. There you will find a link for “View API Key” that
will show you your key. The default login for a fresh install is a
- This is the username for your account. This is used to help construct the
api urls. The default user account is admin.
- Cache Content
- If you check this, then the html of the page is sent to the Bookie
installation when you click the button to save a bookmark. This might pass
large bits of data over and slow things down a little bit. If you find it
too slow, uncheck and run the server side script provided via cron to get
the readable version of your bookmark content.
The Firefox extension is starting over from scratch. You can track it at: