Defining metadata

Set your extension's metadata fields in the package.json file:

  • name
  • publisher
  • version
  • description

Distributing .foxe files

When you're ready to publish and distribute your extension, run yarn package to produce a ZIP archive that contains your extension manifest and compiled code — e.g. myExtensionName-0.0.0.foxe.

You can now upload your extension code to the public extension marketplace, for other users to reference and install.

Alternatively, you can send your .foxe file directly to a collaborator, who can then click into the file to unpack and install the extension into their local ~/.foxglove-studio/extensions folders.