Top Web Development Tools you Can’t do Without
There are a number of tools available to quicken and enhance the productivity of your website creation project. These tools facilitate the speedy development of your websites, save time in debugging and testing and delivery of high quality final products.
Let’s go through a list of some of the best development tools available in the market that allow developers to optimize their project with great ease and efficiency–
1. CSS Sprite Generator:
This utility is an excellent tool to enhance the performance of your website by simply bringing down the number of HTTP requests required to manifest images on the website. If you choose to implement this manually, you need to put in a lot of time planning, measuring and coding.
This user-friendly tool allows you to easily upload all your images at one time and also help generate a CSS for your website.
2. CSS Grid Builder:
This tool is a lightweight CSS framework that is created by Yahoo! This tool offers over a thousand page layout permutations and allows you to quickly create CSS-based page layouts that are compliant to internet standards within a few minutes time.
The best part is that as soon as you have a page layout that you are satisfied with, you simply have to click a button to generate an HTML. You can also save your bandwidth and avoid maintenance related issues, since you do not have to host any of your CSS files on your online server.
4. Clean AJAX:
Also known as ‘Simple AJAX Toolkit’, this is an open source framework that is created to further speed up the development of AJAX based applications. Like AJAX, this is also easily implementable on server-side facilities such as Cold Fusion, PHP, Python, ASP and Ruby. Today, there about 50,000 registered users of this tool, with whom you can interact with on their forums in case you need any troubleshooting to be done while you work on it.
6. Pingdom Tools:
This is an easy to use and interesting online based application that allows you to test the performance of your web pages. It offers you information on factors such as total loading time and the number of objects needed to receive information on factors you can leave out or combine. It also gives you an imagery of how the objects on the page are loaded and you can play around with these results in order of loading, time taken, type of file etc.
There are a range of other tools and applications that help developers simplify their website creation exercises. Leverage from these utilities and deliver the best results for your clients.
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