1. Download the attachment below.

2. Modify the "manifest.json" and the "icon.png" specifically with your own data and icon to brand as your own. Please ensure that the domain is valid and if testing development or locally, localhost is required to add as well as a domain. it’s time to publish it to the Chrome Store. 

3. Simply follow https://chrome.google.com/webstore/developer/dashboard to go to your Chrome Web Store dashboard (you’ll be asked to sign in to your Google account if you’re not). Then click the Add new item button, accept the terms and you will go to the page where you can upload your extension. Now compress the folder that contains your project and upload that ZIP file.

4.  After successfully uploading your file,   you will see a form in which you should add some information about your extension. You can add an icon, a detailed description, upload some screenshots, and so on. Make sure you provide some nice images to show off your project. The store can use these images to promote your groundbreaking project. The more images you provide, the more prominently your extension will be featured. You can preview how your extension looks inside the web store by clicking the Preview changes button. When you’re happy with the result, hit Publish changes.

5. Modify your adapter.screenshare.js file.

var AdapterJS = {
  extensionInfo: {
    firefox: {},
    chrome: {
      extensionId: "extensionId",
        extensionLink: "https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/extensionId"
        iframeLink: null
      opera: {
        extensionId: "extensionId",
        extensionLink: "https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/extension-slug-name"
<script src="https://cdn.temasys.com.sg/adapterjs/0.15.x/adapter.screenshare.js"></script>