Top 5 Tools For Web Developers

Hello there follow Web Developers!

Your job is hard, demanding and it requires a lot of assistance and  to achieve better outcome in shorter periods you must be organized. here are few selected tools that will help be more productive.



A database is a collection of information that is stored so that it can be retrieved, managed and updated.

  • MySQL: One of the world’s most popular open source databases.
  • MariaDB: Made by the original developers of MySQL. MariaDB is also becoming very popular as an open source database server.
  • MongoDB: Next-generation database that lets you create applications never before possible.
  • Redis: An open source, in-memory data structure store, used as database, cache and message broker.
  • PostgreSQL: A powerful, open source object-relational database system.


Code is a set of instructions (or rules) that computers can understand; it might be helpful to think of code as a recipe.


Emmet is a plugin for many popular text editors which greatly improves the speed with which you write HTML by allowing you to transform CSS-like selectors into full-blown HTML very fast.

JavaScript Beautifier

On you can find a tool that beautifies any scrambled or minified piece of JavaScript or HTML code. Another tool that you might find interesting, is this visual JSON editor.


CodePen has grown into a platform for showcasing impressive CSS3 and JS demos. Whether you are on the hunt for cool buttons or simply looking for some inspiration, do check CodePen out.



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There a lot of of websites that offers great storage service, we Commander Dropbox it’s ubiquitous as a cloud storage service; gaining access to files both online and offline has become highly important. Starting at 2GB for a free account, it should provide adequate space to get started. It can essentially become your “project manager,” helping you organize, modify and change files and share them with collaborators in a secure environment.


These are not the only tools you’ll need as web developer, so stay tuned for more of this in next articles.




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