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Custom Toolbar Development features several programming languages and other development standards. With BHOs (Browser Helper Objects), in-process Component Object Model (COM) components can be written, which the Internet Explorer will load every time it is run. BHO, Browser Helper Object, is a DLL module created as a plug–in for the Internet Explorer browser. The scope of an IE browser can be increased in terms of functionalities with BHOs. HiddenBrains has built proficiency in the BHO technology through research and related study. Which is why, our sizable team of experienced developers can engineer cutting edge toolbar solutions using BHOs.
At HiddenBrains, we proffer BHO developer/programmer team who is highly experienced and well nuanced in every aspect of BHO development. We follow a client–friendly and streamlined approach to ensure that we deliver the best and in line custom toolbar development service with their requirements. This approach stems from our belief that collecting, understanding and analysing clients’ needs are the first and most important steps of a toolbar development project. However, the ability to translate client needs accurately comes with experience, which thrives in our assemblage of programmers. So, when you hire a PHP developer from us, you not only hire ability, but also invaluable experience.
Mozilla’s popularity has grown by leaps and bounds among internet users over the past few years as it is purported to be feature rich. And given the rapid rise in the number of internet users, the need to open up new possibilities in regard to providing enhancing options for web browsers came to light. XUL, an XML–based technology, was conceived by Mozilla for addressing this very need. This technology is used by developers to develop Mozilla enhancement widgets such as toolbars, add–ons and plug–ins. XUL is also used by programmers to express the GUI part in software application development, for instance calendars, calculators, HTML editors, debuggers, web browsers, email clients, spreadsheet editors, and entire desktop environments, etc...