It can load them from a directory of your choosing (like ~/.js) into web pages that match the domain, like google.com.js on www.google.com.
> Punk is the phonetic spelling of the Irish word for dot, "ponc". I wanted to call this "Poncjs", but I also didn't want it to be difficult to search for.
It is the spiritual successor to dotjs, which is no longer maintained.
Extensions have security restrictions that stop them reading from the filesystem, so you'll also need to install the Punkjs Bridge App (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ecnapnimgoienbogbgcmchpgjbgeaobk).
## How to Use
* Install the extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dkjpmglejjkidbgnokkgkiablgbdabpk).
* Install the app (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ecnapnimgoienbogbgcmchpgjbgeaobk).
* Create your ~/.js directory.
* Launch the app to configure the directory.
* Hack on some js.
## How it Works
The Punkjs extension and Punkjs Bridge app use the Chrome runtime messaging API for communicating.
* Google Chrome.