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My name is Amir Hameed. I am a Designer, a Developer and I Animate Ideas. I love solving problems with design and making great ideas happen.
My name is Amir Hameed. I am a Designer, a Developer and I Animate Ideas. I love solving problems with design and making great ideas happen.

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Hi guys

I am making a Chrome extension. I am stuck at a point I need little help to continue my work. Can anybody help me?

here is link to what I am working upon.

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“The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.”—Bill Gates

Every day technology changes, what we knew as modern and revolutionary yesterday is not the same today, even within time span of just twenty-four hours technology has been changed and reborn, because it is an evolving thing. As the days wear on and we grow older there will be a time where we can no longer keep up with what has happened to change things, just as our grandparents refused to learn how to operate a computer or a cell phone, so will we one day chose to ignore technological advances and stick with what we know. Thankfully today is not that day, and we can enjoy the new advances that technology has to offer.  One of those amazing advances is the Noke (do you see what they did there? Put your brain in its most pun filled place and see if you can find it), a padlock device intended to do away with keys and the hassle associated with them.

“Meet Noke, a water-resistant, connected padlock that doesn’t need a physical key to be unlocked — the clue is in the name, which is pronounced ‘no-key.’ Instead it uses Bluetooth connectivity as the unlocking mechanism, triggered when your smartphone is nearby.

Now we’ve seen a cavalcade of Bluetooth-connected locks pushing their way into the frame in recent years with their promise of keyless convenience, powered by the rise of less thirsty flavours of Bluetooth that can run for longer on battery power.” (

“Once you've downloaded our iOS or Android app, Noke automatically finds and pairs to your Bluetooth 4.0 enabled smartphone. You can name your Noke and even give it a photo if you like. That's it.

To unlock Noke, simply press the shackle. Noke wakes up and searches for your phone or a shared phone. If the phone is within 10 feet, Noke will instantly unlock so you can be on your way. No need to launch an app or remove your phone from your pocket or purse.

If you have a specific reason to limit the range or turn off the auto-unlock feature, you can do this within the app. In order to unlock with the auto-unlock feature turned off, you can simply press unlock button in the app or use Quick-Click code. This will allow you to lock your phone in a locker or stand near your lock without fear of it being unlocked. You can also set up push notifications in the app if you'd like to know when Noke is being opened.” (


Of course something like this is subject to hacking, however there are always measures that can be taken to prevent it.

“Naturally, as with any product that carries personal info, but especially with a lock, the question of security has to be addressed. Given that the Noke uses Bluetooth, could hacking be a problem?

“Nothing is ever going to be 100 percent bullet-proof. We’re going to make it as secure as possible. But there are much easier ways to hack a lock,” Gibbs points out as we both start to list off the many low-tech methods for compromising a small padlock. Which is not to say that Fuz Designs has ignored the need for physical protection. Its Kickstarter page claims that the Noke “uses the latest in anti-shim technology so you need not worry about thieves trying to use a shim to open your lock.” (

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