It seems that today the web is the richest in useful resources than ever before – which came naturally with the development of programming languages and people just being friendly and willing to help. If you are on a mission to become a developer or have a lot of lines of code written, there are always new things you can use to refresh your everyday work. Here are five hot web development tools you can use for free.
Flexbox Patterns is a collection of “snippets and drop-in HTML and CSS” which you can use to build an interface (header, footer, menu navigation, etc.). Even though it introduces some new concepts, you can start learning them from simpler to more complex in the end.
If you like color pickers with cool UI, then Coleure is the right choice for you. Even though there is a number of colors and ready-made color schemes you can choose from, there is even the option of creating your own color scheme which you can save in a collection after you have registered.
We have all been there: that embarrassing moment when you (or someone else) spots all the spelling mistakes in your design piece. It is easy with dummy text – you need not worry about that, but when a site goes live, it may be too late for some things to be unseen.
Developed with a goal to never again live through that situation when you blush due to a spelling mistake, here is one very useful online spellchecker. It is called Typosaurus, and it also has a Chrome extension for you convenient use. Typosaurus scanner was created with the mission to dig up embarrassing spelling mistakes, even in live mode, with a great possibility of giving helpful corrections and suggestions on how to improve the error.
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