To help you stay on top of your game, we have rounded up some essential resources for designers and developers that are sure to make your job easier!
Website Downloader lets you download the source code and all the assets of any website you choose.
Mimo is a platform for gamified computer science learning. It makes it easy to learn CS lessons on the go, during your commute, waits, and other idle moments.
Simpla is a collection of HTML elements that make it easy to build dynamic content without a CMS. Just create editable content in your code and the update it inline.
Materia is a modern dev environment for building advanced mobile and web applications. It covers all the major aspects of building an app in just 9 simple steps.
Quill is an API-driven rich text editor that was built for developers. It’s cross platform and works on all modern browsers on desktops, tablets, and phones.
Fork is a fast and friendly git client for Mac that’s currently in public Beta. It includes tabbed browsing, makes it easy to open your repository website in your browser, and more.
Micro is a terminal-based text editor that’s easy and intuitive, while also taking advantage of all the capabilities of modern terminals.
Zube is a virtual task board that lets you effortlessly manage your GitHub issues. You can sort, prioritize, and assign issues, and it offers both free and paid plans (as well as an open source version).
Webflow is the world’s first visual CMS for building custom, dynamic websites. You can easily structure your content, create custom designs, edit right on the page, and more.
ExtractCSS, a tool which can extract ids & classes from HTML documents and output a CSS stylesheet.
CSS Shrink, a small tool for ‘shrinking’ CSS files.
User Agent Switcher
The User Agent Switcher add-on for Firefox allows you to switch the user agent of a browser. The add-on will add new options to the tool settings for switching to Internet Explorer for example.
BuiltWith is a web site profiler tool. Upon looking up a page, BuiltWith returns a list all the technologies in use on that page that it can find.
ColorZilla is an advanced color picker and eyedropper. It allows you to get the color of any pixel in the browser window. The add-on is pretty simple and easy to use.
Twitter is one of the most well-known startups of the IT industry, made popular by their idea of posting 140-character long messages. They have a lot of open source Web technologies all the technology related updates are posted on the Twitter Engineering blog.