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10 Best Productive Tools for Web Developer.

10 Best Productive Tools for Web Developer.

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It takes time to build an appealing and functional website. Web developers are dedicated to delivering fast, reliable, and high-quality websites. Thus, to improve our productivity, we need tools that help us provide the best quality software and make our lives easier at the same time.

In this article, we will discuss tools that can be used to improve our productivity and manage some of the challenges we face in web development.

1. Animista

Animista is a great tool for creating custom CSS animations with various effects. Customize any animation in their collection, including a background, exit, text, etc., with their diverse effects. Once you have done that, you will be able to find the code to create the animation. Then you can integrate it into your website.

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2. Responsinator

Responsinator is easy to use and free. The tool shows you the most popular screen sizes and shapes for your webpage when you enter the URL of your page.

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3. ExtractCSS

By using this tool, you can extract elements' id, class, and inline styles from an HTML document and output them as CSS stylesheets.

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4. Meta Tags

The Meta Tag is a tool for debugging and generating meta tags for any website. If you use Meta Tags, you can edit and experiment with your content, then preview the way it appears on Google, Facebook, Twitter, and more!

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5. WhatRuns

With this tool, you can check out other sites' themes, plugins, and server information. WhatRuns is compatible with Chrome and Firefox.

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6. Grabient

For creating linear gradients for your website, Grabient offers an easy-to-use UI. Choose your color and adjust the angles as necessary. After you have the desired gradient, you can apply the gradient CSS to your webpage.

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7. Unminify

It is a Free tool to unminify (unpack, deobfuscate) JavaScript, CSS, HTML, XML, and JSON code, making it readable and pretty.

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8. Google DevTools Device Mode

For developers, Google DevTools Device Mode provides an easy way to simulate mobile devices within the Chrome browser. Using the emulator, you can simulate device inputs such as touch, geolocation, and orientation.

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9. Browserhacks

Browserhacks contains a collection of browser-specific CSS and JavaScript hacks to help you resolve weird and complex issues on your website.

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10. Browser Stack

Browser Stack is one of the top testing tools on the market, offering a full range of feature sets. More than 1,000 mobile and desktop browsers are available for testing with this paid tool.

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