Here’s a nifty piece of in-browser behaviour…
Fire up Chrome and in the address field type “huffduffer.com” followed by a space and BOOM! …the address field transforms into a site-specific search field: “Search Huffduffer.”
That’s thanks to this XML file that’s been on Huffduffer since day one. It’s the most straightforward example of the OpenSearch format.
It’s the same format that powers Firefox’s search providers. If you visit Huffduffer with Firefox and click in the browser’s search field, you’ll see the option to “Add Huffduffer” to the list of search engines.
I can’t imagine many people will actually do that but still, no harm in providing the option.
Another option that’s been added to Huffduffer recently (thanks to Andy’s hacking) is the ability to access the API through YQL. Feel free to open up the console and have a play around.