We love tools and resources that help us in easing our process. I take a look at the resources post to find some tools to improve my productivity.
I have used various tools and websites to help me in web development. Today, I am going to share a few of them to help you to take benefits of such a website.
So, let's get started.
Bring designs to life with icons, illustrations, animations, and more.
As you might know, Figma is a tool to design mockups and UI/UX. It has a community that includes awesome mockups designed for web and mobile. This UI design is free to use. You can easily duplicate into your Figma account and can also make changes according to you. I definitely visit this website when I have to work on a web project.
Our simple editor allows you to quickly add and customize all the sections you need for your project's readme
An awesome tool to create readme for your projects. There is already created templates for various sections such as title, description, badges, contributors, and many more.
CodePen is a social development environment for front-end designers and developers. Build and deploy a website, show off your work, build test cases to learn and debug, and find inspiration.
Make your web pages fast on all devices
PageSpeed provides useful insights regarding the loading speed of a website. You can improve your web page's speed by working on these parameters. It has support and provides separate insights for desktop and mobile.
Find out the technology stack of any website
Wappalyzer is an awesome tool to find the tech stack of a website. You can do it through various mediums such as browser extensions and APIs. It has a browser extension that will provide the tech stack of the visited website. It supports API and using that you can create your wappalyzer kind of website.
I hope these tools will help you increase your efficiency in web development. I have decided to create a such post under a series to provide you with an awesome tool to help in the web development journey. You can follow me to know about further posts in the series.
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