- Apr 24, 2016
Any ad blocker’s work is defined by the so-called filter lists so it’s important to understand what they are and how they are made — you’ll find the explanation below. Today, we want to introduce a new tool that is supposed to make it easier to develop filter lists, and we want to share this tool with the whole ad-blocking community.
To delve deeper into it, check out our articles. We've covered in detail what filters are, how ad blocking works based on them and how filter development is threatened by Manifest v3.
Your feedback can help us improve the linter we’ve been working on. If you come across any issues or have any suggestions, we would greatly appreciate it if you could share them with us. You can do this by creating an issue or by opening a discussion on our GitHub repository.
We welcome any contributions to the linter, and if you’re interested in adding a new rule, you can create a pull request on the same repository. Additionally, contributing to AdGuard projects can come with various rewards. You can learn more about it on the contribution page.
Today, we want to introduce a new tool that is supposed to make it easier to develop filter lists. We seek feedback from the community and welcome contributions to the linter.