Hello everyone, Today we are going to share a great 32 Best Web Development Tools 2015. Web improvement devices help the engineers to troubleshoot and test their code and their work is totally not quite the same as that of the site manufacturers and IDEs. Your current trends and standards and identify ways to incorporate them into your design must determine. Fortunately, you and your efforts more effectively can help to speed up the work of the many free tools that are available. These tools are ended up being truly helpful and effective in giving another standpoint to the field of web development and planning.
If you’re still looking to supercharge your Tools, check out the list we’ve compiled. And when you choose — or if you’ve already chosen — let us know which one you went with in the Comment.
NativeScript enables developers to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Universal while sharing the application code across the platforms. When building the application UI, developers use our libraries, which abstract the differences between the native platforms.
An opinionated styleguide for writing sane, maintainable and scalable Sass. Sass’s ultimate objective is to fix CSS’s flaws. CSS, as we all know, is not the best language in the world. While very simple to learn, it can quickly get quite messy, especially on large projects.
NodeBB is a better forum platform for the modern web. It’s free and easy to use. NodeBB Forum Software is powered by Node.js and built on either a Redis or MongoDB database. It utilizes web sockets for instant interactions and real-time notifications.
ECharts is a most impressive tool for data visualization: it’s fully open-source, it’s sophisticated-yet-flexible, and it keeps abreast of the era of ‘big data’! I hope that ECharts will stick to the open source approach and bring into full play the power of community, so as to better serve users at home and abroad and create greater value in business and society.
Swiper – is the free and most modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions and amazing native behavior. It is intended to be used in mobile websites, mobile web apps, and mobile native/hybrid apps. Designed mostly for iOS, but also works great on latest Android, Windows Phone 8 and modern Desktop browsers
Stampsy helps you create beautiful photo stories, mood boards, visual essays and much more. It’s easy and free! You can add your creation to relevant collections curated by people like you and get your work instantly noticed.
Mailin is a A node.js smtp server that receives emails, parses them and posts them as json to the url of your choice. It checks the incoming emails dkim, spf, spam score (using spamassassin) and tells you in which language the email is written.
Heartbot is a Hubot integration that can be plugged into Slack, Hipchat, IRC, or other clients. Once installed, type things like “ugh”, “:(“, or “kitty me” and Heartbot will bring a little love and joy into the room.
StockSnap is the best place on the internet to find beautiful free stock photos. They select nothing but the highest quality, highest resolution pictures and add them to their database on a daily basis. This is not your typical crappy stock photo site.
DefiantJS offers a better way. DefiantJS extends the global JSON object with a “search” method that enables lightning-fast searches using XPath expressions. Try out the XPath Evaluator below to get the idea.
Reapp helps you make beautiful hybrid apps that feel great with React, Webpack and ES6. Reapp isn’t a framework, it’s just a collection of packages that work well together. On top of that, it’s a CLI that does exactly three things: Creates a new app for you, Runs a reapp-structured app, Builds a reapp-structured app into ./build.
The critical path is the path to render a web page – what’s needed before that can happen. CSS Stylesheets block rendering. Until the browser has requested, received, downloaded and parsed your stylesheets, the page will remain blank. By reducing the amount of CSS the browser has to go through, and by inlining it on the page (removing the HTTP request), we can get the page to render much, much faster.