You can't be a good web developer or work in a web development agency without a certain set of tools. We got you all a small collection of tools, so feel free to take a sneak in our toolbox.
Because there are so many web development tools available, it has become pretty hard to select one or two that will suit your needs. After all, it all comes to personal preference and your work. All you need as a developer are a way to create your code, after that preview that code, somewhere to test it and debugging.
We have been using a lot of different editors over the past few years, and one of our favorites, and the first we will recommend to you is WebMatrix. It is available for free download and it as it all – everything you need to start building prototypes and final products from scratch. Plus, there are a lot of also free templates available, so you can build an application in no time.
I guess Microsoft is not really reputable in the web development community, and if you want to explore some other solutions, perhaps Brackets or Dreamweaver would be good choice for you, or perhaps Cloud9 which is cloud based tool.
Web Development Browser Tools
Web development frameworks
A lot of freely available frameworks that can provide you the foundation for your own application, and those frameworks will utilize the latest techniques for full featured web applications.
My personal favorite is Bootstrap, because the latest version of it supports responsive design and the mobile platform. Bootstrap will give you the opportunity to create powerful interfaces that respond and conform to the user’s platform. It is pretty much simple concept, but same as anything else, it will take you a lot of time, effort and patience to get comfortable with framework.
And at the end, the key about web development is to find some good tools, and getting to know how to use them. That will allow you to focus on your newer projects, and not wasting time figuring out how to use these tools.