100+ Awesome Web Development Tools and Resources

web development tools

The best and worst thing about being a web developer is that the web is constantly changing. While this is exciting it also means that web developers must always be proactive about learning new techniques or programming languages, adapting to changes, and be willing and eager to accept new challenges. This could include tasks such as adapting existing frameworks to meet business requirements, testing a website to identify technical problems, or optimizing and scaling a site to better perform with the back-end infrastructure.  We thought we would compile a comprehensive list of web development tools and resources that can help you be more productive, stay informed, and become a better developer.

Web Development Tools and Resources for 2017

A lot fo these web development tools below are ones we use at KeyCDN on a daily basis. We can’t include everything, but here are a couple of our favorites and other widely used ones. Hopefully, you find a new tool or resource that will aid you in your development workflow. Note: The tools and resources below are listed in no particular order.

JavaScript Libraries

Javascript is one of the most popular programming languages on the web. A Javascript library is a library of pre-written Javascript which allows easier access throughout the development of your website or application. For example, you can include a copy of Google’s hosted jQuery library by using the following snippet.

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.2.0/jquery.min.js"></script>
  • jQuery: A fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library.
  • BackBoneJS: Give your JS app some backbone with models, views, collections, & events.
  • D3.js: A JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data.
  • React: Facebook’s Javascript library developed for building user interfaces.
  • jQuery UI: A curated set of user interface interactions, effects, widgets, and themes.
  • jQuery Mobile: HTML5-based user interface system designed to make responsive web sites.
  • Underscore.js: Functional programming helpers without extending any built-in objects.
  • Moment.js: Parse, validate, manipulate, and display dates in JavaScript.
  • Lodash: A modern utility library delivering modularity, performance, & extras.

Front-end Frameworks

Front-end frameworks usually consist of a package that is made up of other files and folders, such as HTML, CSS, JavasScript, etc. There are also many stand-alone frameworks out there. We are a big fan of Boostrap and the main KeyCDN website is built on it. A solid framework can be an essential tool for front-end developers.

  • Bootstrap: HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.
  • Foundation: Family of responsive front-end frameworks that make it easy to design beautiful responsive websites, apps and emails that look amazing on any device.
  • Semantic UI: Development framework that helps create beautiful, responsive layouts using human-friendly HTML.
  • uikit: A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces.

Web Application Frameworks

A web application framework is a software framework designed to aid and alleviate some of the headache involved in the development of web applications and services. KeyCDN actually hosts a version of AngularJS, HTTP/2 and CORS enabled, that you can use in your projects completely free. See code below. Full documentation at angularcdn.com.

https://opensource.keycdn.com/angularjs/1.4.8/angular.min.js
  • Ruby: Ruby on Rails is a web-application framework that includes everything needed to create database-backed web applications, with the MVC pattern.
  • AngularJS: Lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your web application. AngularJS is a framework, even though it’s much more lightweight and sometime referred to as a library.
  • Ember.js: A framework for creating ambitious web applications.
  • Express: Fast and minimalist web framework for Node.js.
  • Meteor: Full-stack JavaScript app platform that assembles all the pieces you need to build modern web and mobile apps, with a single JavaScript codebase.
  • Django: High-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
  • ASP.net: Free, fully supported Web application framework that helps you create standards-based Web solutions.
  • Laravel: A free, open-source PHP web application framework to build web applications on MVC pattern.
  • Zend Framework 2: An open source framework for developing web applications and services using PHP.
  • Phalcon: A full-stack PHP framework delivered as a C-extension.
  • Symfony: A set of reusable PHP components and a web application framework.
  • CakePHP: A popular PHP framework that makes building web applications simpler, faster and require less code.
  • Flask: A microframework for Python based on Werkzeug and Jinja 2.
  • CodeIgniter: Powerful and lightweight PHP framework built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications.

Also make sure to check out KeyCDN’s framework integration guides to see how you can implement a CDN with the solutions mentioned above.

Task Runners / Package Managers

Tasks runners are all about automating your workflow. For example you can create a task and automate the minification of JavaScript. Then build and combine tasks to speed up development time. Package managers keep track of all the packages you use and make sure they are up to date and the specific version that you need.

  • Grunt: JavaScript task runner all about automation.
  • Gulp: Keeps things simple and makes complex tasks manageable, while automating and enhancing your workflow.
  • npm: Pack manager for JavaScript.
  • Bower: A web package manager. Manage components that contain HTML, CSS, JavaScript, fonts or even image files.
  • Webpack: A module bundler for modern JavaScript applications.

Languages / Platforms

Behind all the web development tools is a language. A programming language is a formal constructed language designed to communicate with a computer and create programs in which you can control the behavior. And yes we realize some of these might not always be referred to as a language.

  • PHP: Popular general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited to web development.
  • NodeJS: Event-driven I/O server-side JavaScript environment based on V8.
  • Javascript: Programming language of HTML and the web.
  • HTML5: Markup language, the latest version of HTML and XHTML.
  • Python: Programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively.
  • Ruby: A dynamic, open source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity.
  • Scala: Scala is a pure-bred object-oriented language allowing a gradual, easy migration to a more functional style.
  • CSS3: Latest version of cascading style sheets used in front-end development of sites and applications.
  • SQL: Stands for structured query language used with relational databases.
  • Golang: Open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
  • Rust: Systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety.
  • Elixir: Dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications.

Databases

A database is a collection of information that is stored so that it can be retrieved, managed and updated.

  • MySQL: One of the world’s most popular open source databases.
  • MariaDB: Made by the original developers of MySQL. MariaDB is also becoming very popular as an open source database server.
  • MongoDB: Next-generation database that lets you create applications never before possible.
  • Redis: An open source, in-memory data structure store, used as database, cache and message broker.
  • PostgreSQL: A powerful, open source object-relational database system.

CSS Preprocessors

A CSS preprocessor is basically a scripting language that extends CSS and then compiles it into regular CSS. Make sure to also check out or in-depth post on Sass vs Less.

  • Sass: A very mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension.
  • Less: As an extension to CSS that is also backwards compatible with CSS. This makes learning Less a breeze, and if in doubt, lets you fall back to vanilla CSS.
  • Stylus: A new language, providing an efficient, dynamic, and expressive way to generate CSS. Supporting both an indented syntax and regular CSS style.

If you are just getting started with a CSS preprocessor you might want to make the transition easier by first using a 3rd party compiler, such as the ones below.

Compiler Sass Language Less Language Mac Windows
CodeKit      
Koala        
Hammer    
LiveReload        
Prepros        
Scout      
Crunch      

Text Editors / Code Editors

Whether you’re taking notes, coding, or writing markdown, a good text editor is a part of our daily lives!

  • Atom: A text editor that’s modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core. One of our favorites!
  • Sublime Text: A sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose with great performance.
  • Notepad++: A free source code editor which supports several programming languages running under the MS Windows environment.
  • Visual Studio Code Beta: Code editing redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications.
  • TextMate: A code and markup editor for OS X.
  • Coda 2: A fast, clean, and powerful text editor for OS X.
  • WebStorm: Lightweight yet powerful IDE, perfectly equipped for complex client-side development and server-side development with Node.js.
  • Vim: A highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing.
  • Brackets: A lightweight and powerful modern text editor; written in JavaScript, HTML and CSS.
  • Emacs: An extensible, customizable text editor with built-in functions to aid in quick modifications of text and code.

Markdown Editors

Markdown is a markup language in plain text using an easy syntax that can then be converted to HTML on the fly. Note: This is different than a WYSIWYG editor. Markdown editors are sometimes referred to as the in-between WYSIWYG and simply writing code.

  • StackEdit: A free online rich markdown editor.
  • Dillinger: An online cloud-enabled, HTML5, buzzword-filled Markdown editor.
  • Mou: Markdown editor for developers on Mac OS X.
  • Texts: A rich editor for plain text. Windows and Mac OS X.

Some of the text editors we mentioned above also support markdown. For example, there is a markdown preview package for atom.

Icons

Almost every web developer, especially front-end developers will at some point or another need icons for their project. KeyCDN actually hosts a version of Font Awesome, HTTP/2 and CORS enabled, that you can use in your projects completely free. See code below. Full documentation at fontawesomecdn.com.

https://opensource.keycdn.com/fontawesome/4.5.0/font-awesome.min.css
  • Font Awesome: Scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.
  • IconMonster: A free, high quality, monstrously big and continuously growing source of simple icons. One of our favorites!
  • Icons8: An extensive list of highly customizable icons created by a single design team.
  • IconFinder: Iconfinder provides beautiful icons to millions of designers and developers.
  • Fontello: Tool to build custom fonts with icons.

Git Clients / Services

Git is a source code management system for software and web development known for distributed revision control. When working with teams, using a git client to push code changes from dev to production is a way to maintain the chaos and ensure things are tested so they don’t break your live web application or site.

  • SourceTree: A free Git & Mercurial client for Windows or Mac. Atlassian also makes a pretty cool team Git client called Bitbucket.
  • GitKraken (Beta):  A free, intuitive, fast, and beautiful cross-platform Git client.
  • Tower 2: Version control with Git – made easy. In a beautiful, efficient, and powerful app.
  • GitHub Client: A seamless way to contribute to projects on GitHub and GitHub Enterprise.
  • Gogs: A painless self-hosted Git service based on the Go language.
  • GitLab: Host your private and public software projects for free.

Local Dev Environments

Depending upon what OS you are running or the computer you currently have access to, it might be necessary to launch a quick local dev environment. There are a lot of free utilities that bundle Apache, mySQL, phpmyAdmin, etc. all together. This can be a quick way to test something on your local machine. A lot of them even have portable versions.

  • XAMPP: Completely free, easy to install Apache distribution containing MariaDB, PHP, and Perl.
  • MAMP: Local server environment in a matter of seconds on OS X or Windows.
  • WampServer: Windows web development environment. It allows you to create web applications with Apache2, PHP and a MySQL database.
  • Vagrant: Create and configure lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments.
  • Laragon: A great fast and easy way to create an isolated dev environment on Windows. Includes Mysql, PHP Memcached, Redis, Apache, and awesome for working with your Laravel projects.

Diff Checkers

Diff checkers can help you compare differences between files and then merge the changes. A lot of this can be done from CLI, but sometimes it can be helpful to see a more visual representation.

  • Diffchecker: Online diff tool to compare text differences between two text files. Great if you are on the go and quickly need to compare something.
  • Beyond Compare: A program to compare files and folders using simple, powerful commands that focus on the differences you’re interested in and ignore those you’re not.

A lot of the free text editors we mentioned above also have plugins or extensions which allow you to diff or compare your files.

Code Sharing / Experimenting

There is always that time when you are on Skype or Google hangout with another developer and you want him or her to take a quick look at your code. There are great team tools for sharing code like Slack, but if they aren’t a member of your team there are some great quick alternatives. Remember not to share anything secure.

  • JS Bin:  Tool for experimenting with web languages. In particular HTML, CSS and JavaScript, Markdown, Jade and Sass.
  • JSfiddle: Custom environment to test your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS code right inside your browser.
  • codeshare: Share code in real-time with other developers.
  • Dabblet: Interactive playground for quickly testing snippets of CSS and HTML code.

Collaboration Tools

Every great development team needs a way to stay in touch, collaborate, and be productive. A lot of teams work remotely now. The team at KeyCDN is actually spread across many different continents. Tools like these below can help employees streamline their development workflow.

  • Slack: Messaging app for teams that is on a mission to make your working life simpler, more pleasant, and more productive. One of our favorites, we use this at KeyCDN!
  • Trello:  Flexible and visual way to organize anything with anyone. We also use this as KeyCDN.
  • Glip: Real-time messaging with integrated task management, video conferencing, shared calendars and more.
  • Asana: Team collaboration tool for teams to track their work and results.
  • Jira: Built for every member of your software team to plan, track, and release great software or web applications.

Inspiration

We all need inspiration at some point or another. For front-end developers especially, from time to time, it can be beneficial to check out what other people are doing. This can be a great source of inspiration, new ideas, and making sure your web application or site doesn’t fall behind the times.

  • CodePen: Show off your latest creation and get feedback. Build a test case for that pesky bug. Find example design patterns and inspiration for your projects.
  • Dribble: A community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.

Website Speed Test Tools

The speed of a website can be a critical factor to its success. Faster loading websites can benefit from higher SEO rankings, higher conversion rates, lower bounce rates, and a better overall user experience and engagement. It is important to take advantage of the many free tools available for testing website speed.

  • Website Speed Test:  A page speed test developed by KeyCDN that includes a waterfall breakdown and the website preview.
  • Google PageSpeed Insights: PageSpeed Insights analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster.
  • Google Chrome DevTools: Set of web authoring and debugging tools built into Google Chrome.
  • WebPageTest: Run a free website speed test from multiple locations around the globe using real browsers (IE and Chrome) and at real consumer connection speeds.
  • Pingdom: Test the load time of that page, analyze it and find bottlenecks.
  • GTmetrix: Gives you insight on how well your site loads and provides actionable recommendations on how to optimize it.

You can see a more in-depth list on our post about website speed test tools.

Web Development Communities

Every web developer has been there. They have a problem and what do they do? Well, they go to Google to find a quick answer. The web offers so much content right at our fingertips that it makes it easy to diagnose and troubleshoot problems when they arise. Check out a few good web development communities below.

Web Development Newsletters

The last thing you probably need is another newsletter subscription. But these guys handpick some of the best web development and performance topics from around the web so you don’t have to!

  • wdrl.info: A handcrafted, carefully selected list of web development related resources. Curated and published usually every week.
  • webopsweekly.com: A weekly newsletter for Web developers focusing on web operations, infrastructure, deployment of apps, performance, and tooling, from the browser down to the metal.
  • web tools weekly: A front-end development and web design newsletter with a focus on tools. Each issue features a brief tip or tutorial, followed by a weekly round-up of various apps, scripts, plugins, and other resources.
  • freshbrewed.co: A weekly reading digest for front-end developers and UX designers.
  • smashingmagazine.com: Smashing Magazine is an online magazine for professional web designers and developers. Useful tips and valuable resources, sent out every second Tuesday.
  • front-end dev weekly: Front-end developer news, tools and inspiration hand-picked every week.
  • friday front-end: Front-end development links tweeted daily, emailed weekly.
  • /dev tips: Receive a developer tip, in the form of a gif, in your inbox each week.

And of course, you can subscribe to our newsletter if you haven’t already on the right hand side of this post.

Summary

As you can see there are hundreds of web development tools and resources available to help streamline your development workflow and hopefully aid you in being more productive. Again we can’t list every tool or resource, but if we forgot something important, feel free to let us know below in the comments.

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100+ Awesome Web Development Tools and Resources was last modified: June 5th, 2017 by Brian Jackson
  • madiba

    very out of date

  • geminiITSolutionsUK

    superb article

  • No mention of Postgres?

    • spamdam

      Yes, I found that strange as well.

    • Rahul Roy

      That’s what I was wondering too! Postgres definitely deserves a mention.

    • Thanks for your suggestion. We have added PostgreSQL.

  • A far better diff checker is “diffoscope” — https://try.diffoscope.org/

  • Pete TNT

    As a contributor / heavy user I’d like to mention Brackets, an open source editor from Adobe for text editors part. For more information see http://brackets.io/

    • Thanks for your suggestion. Brackets has been added.

  • Ag ibragimov

    where is Vim and Emacs, Clojurescript and Elm, Purescript, Floobits, Datomic, etc.? This is quite opinionated list useful only for beginners.

    • Vim was just recently added. And thanks for your other suggestions as well!

      • Adrien Becchis

        Spacemacs (emacs+vim): http://spacemacs.org
        and Hapijs http://hapijs.com node.js framework deserve to be in the list.
        These two and Ag’s one have real community and add real valueè

  • I would mention https://thenounproject.com for icons. Used all the ones in the list but I find these guys to be the best!

  • jamessteininger

    I would also add Nitrous.io or c9.io (Cloud9) which are amazing for web development, since they easily allow you to setup most types of environments in the cloud and you can program from anywhere. When I was in college this was great because I could sit down at any library computer and still be able to crank out my Rails apps.

  • elijahpaul

    Vagrant for local dev environments? Also wouldn’t GitLab be worth a mention as a self hosted Git service? Great article by the way.

    • Thanks for your suggestions. Vagrant and GitLab have both been added.

  • Me Back

    Very fast Web Application framework: http://vuejs.org and https://webpack.github.io for Task Runners

    • Niko

      Vue.js definitely deserves to be mentioned.

  • Awesome data with simple and short meaning. Superb!!

  • I would like to see DesktopServer added for local dev environments. (https://serverpress.com)

  • What can I say? I should say bravo like in a single word. This updated list is really helpful for getting all the bloggers altogether. Basically, I am owner of “Namaste UI” and follow some of blogger that you have mentioned in the list.

    Things like, this surely motivate all the new bloggers who are getting hike among the blogger’s platform. It would be really good if regular basis update stays constantly in this list. Thanks a lot.


    Regards,
    Sourav Basak [Blogger, Entrepreneur, Thinker]
    http://www.namasteui.com

  • Mike smith

    Great compilation! I think you should also add ProofHub (www.proofhub.com)to the list of collaboration tools! Its an excellent tool for project management and it definitely tops all other collaboration tools on the list! Other than that, great job done!

  • I like Brackets and SublimeText

  • Alex

    Yo, you should include Write! in the text editor category. It’s got a markdown editor feature, too https://wri.tt/blog/use-markdown-wiki-and-textile-to-change-the-way-you-write

  • Mike smith

    Great compilation! I think you should also add ProofHub (www.proofhub.com)to the list of collaboration tools! Its an excellent tool for project management and it definitely tops all other collaboration tools on the list! Other than that, great job done!

  • This is a long, useful list that could be used for PHP framework as well. If you want to experience great PHP development services at worthy rates, visit: http://www.talentelgia.com/

  • Mukesh Agrawal

    Luv it, very informative for Web development end to end…Keep it up

  • Matthew Rath

    No mention of laragon for windows development environment? Was developed specifically for laravel devs but will work with any php based solution.

    Better then wamp in many respects especially the nice feature i.e. auto generation of entries in your hosts file. Default format is .dev

    • Great suggestion, definitely agree that Laragon deserves a mention. I have updated the post above. Thanks!

  • Toni Nichev

    I would like to add two development tools that I’m working on right now.
    1. Chrome dev helper tool to profile, proxy and set up rewrite rules for css, js and any other assets
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dev-helper/kbbgddcndpjnadfacanamniaomcohlcc?hl=en-US&gl=US

    2. Remote HTML, JS and CSS console for mobile development
    http://www.farjs.com/

  • Worked on Python and it is a fabulous programming language. For more excellent web development tools, visit- http://itservicestalk.com/tag/web-development-tools/

  • Thomas Bennet

    Cool list, but it’s missing the whole section about continuous integration. A modern build server can save a lot of developer’s time by running time-consuming tests, packaging and publishing the app.
    And paired with a nice build notification tool like Catlight ( https://catlight.io ), it gets even more useful, as the whole team now knows if the latest code in source control is good, or if it needs to be fixed by someone.

  • NeyO

    Brilliant piece!!! just the information i was looking for. Thanks :)

  • JakeAnderson2

    Here’s a good online collection of developper tools (tools for JSON, XML, Html, SSL and some other general useful stuff): http://developerutils.com

  • Lex

    Thanks, very useful collection. Earlier I was using some dev tools for my sites but now, I don’t know, must be I become lazy, using Negeso service that mostly include many tools and modules.

  • Great Resources of web development tools.Thanks for sharing.

  • Udaipur webdesign

    like it……..nice information.
    http://www.udaipurwebsitedesigner.com/

  • Justin

    I would also add Webix framework ( http://webix.com/ ) as a cool JavaScript library

  • I would like to suggest Codester, An online marketplace for ready-to-use web development assets. http://www.codester.com

  • Debbie

    Very helpful, thanks! How about Refactor.io for code sharing?

  • I’m feeling free to point to http://uitest.com/, a site that collects web dev tools, as this may be of use here.

    Disclaimer: I run the site but for that same reason I know that it’s rather a challenge to narrow down the vast number of available tools—even to 100 :)

  • This was a refreshing post that highlighted some areas I had not thought about http://bit.ly/2a53oV5

  • Nica Tortosa

    Hi Brian,

    Love your blogpost! Have you heard about Rawpixel? You’ve probably seen our images all over the place. We’re the leading stock photo contributor in the world. We’ve just launched our website where we give away the best free design resources out there. We’d be stoked if you could add us to your list. Check us out on http://www.rawpixel.com. Looking forward to you joining our community of creatives.

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  • Well resourced post.

  • Miguel Pragier

    One of the best “curated list” articles I’ve ever seen.
    Muito obrigado!

  • GreenPea

    Hello, I’m new to web development. Just started HTML & CSS tutorials. Looking for tools for later (currently using Leafpad & Opera, no server) and I hit a brick wall.

    1. Just got a 32-bit hand me down (had XP and installed Lubuntu & new to Linux, too).
    2. Just read that Ubuntu is going to retire 32bit (in a few yrs, eventually will install a different 32bit distro).
    3. Atom is only for 64bit.
    4. Installed Brackets but they use 64bit Google Chrome browser.

    Any ideas on what free web dev tools (browsers, editors with server plug ins) I can use that are 32bit friendly?

    Thank you!

  • Jaime O. Falcon

    Visual Studio Code is no more a beta. Typescript is a missing big player.

  • dvlper

    This article gives a awesome ideas for developing a web using a latest techniques;if you want get more ideas refer our site am also doing like this ;Thanks for sharing your ideas .

  • Yeah Really cool, Impressive Article

  • Shamsuddeen Abdulkadir

    This is awesome

  • Clara

    For collaboration we use proofhub. I think that must be included in your list as well.

  • Walter

    Cool

  • This list is long enough to confuse a beginner on which is the best to use. Trim down choices, then try one by one to compare which has the most compatibility for you. If you are not satisfied, you can always switch to another to know which suits your needs to achieve the system you are trying to develop.

  • This list is long enough to confuse a beginner on which is the best to use. Trim down choices, then try one by one to compare which has the most compatibility for you. If you are not satisfied, you can always switch to another to know which suits your needs to achieve the system you are trying to develop.

  • Syed Sadiq ali

    you haven’t told about google AMP. that’s pretty cool and really very very fast web page loading technique developed by google.
    but thanks all the content really helps alot.. :)

  • Excellent post! blog looks great. Very useful information for Web Developers.Awesome tools it can help developer to become a better developer:)

  • Jaredcheeda

    The link for Scout-App should be updated to Scout-App.io, also it supports Linux.

    • Thanks, have updated the article.

  • Ava Raynott

    Great list. I’d also like to add proofhub to the list. One of the most feature rich, easy to use project management tool. Worth trying!

  • This has been a very informative article on web development

  • This is really an informative article on web development

  • after long time i reading some worthful article about webmastertools realted thanks for sharing good information.

  • Salim Gangji

    Fantastic list, thank you so much for putting this into one beautiful document

  • Atul Ukey

    Good Content you taken. It make easy and helpful for developing the website.
    https://www.keycdn.com/blog/web-development-tools/

  • Stanley Bateswar

    thanks for sharing! very useful :)

  • chak ching chau

    Really helpful and informative!

  • Amrita Das Bijoy

    Thanks for sharing the informative article.

  • UBL8

    Add Webpack to the build tools list. https://webpack.github.io/

  • We’ve updated the article to include Webpack as well.

  • Thank You for sharing your article. This is very informative article to web development tools.

  • The web development tools are very much helpful to people like us. It guide us deciding which tool to be used. Thanks a lot for the share.

  • Yes, Web development is not an easy job because the web is continually changing with the new advancement. Web developers are always being updated with new and latest techniques, so
    tools and resources are valuable for developers which you shared above.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/21bdd0783c3c6d87dcab6e1a6b03d8a4e9ad60c9042ab43c6a69d093455bac6c.png
    Here I want share top 5 popular tools from the list of your articles which majority of developers is using nowadays.

    1- Sublime Text

    2- jQuery

    3- GitHub

    4- Angular.js

    5- Sass

  • The modern work of web development is totally depending on tools and resources and here you shared valuable tools and resources for web developers.

  • Suresh Suri

    I am an Entry level UI Developer, this post helps me a lot

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