Developing a website can be a challenge due to the demands of the clients which needs to be taken in consideration by a web developer. With the field of web development becoming more and more challenging, developers are striving hard to fulfill the demands of the target audience by creating a website that is both informative and user friendly. With the increase use of social media and other online platforms, organizations have developed websites that instantly catches the attention of their current and potential target customer’s attention.
With the increasing challenges for web developers these days, we have come up with several web development tools that will help them to get their work done faster and much more easily.
A website can at times, contain different kinds of bugs which in turn affects the performance of these websites. While the user is inconvenienced, these bugs prove to be a challenge for web developers as well. This is where BugHerd comes in; a tool which helps developers overcome the issues of bugging through its protection features. Working automatically to eradicate different bugs at a time, it can be used to identify the current as well as potential bugs in the website.
Typetester allows the developer to compare various fonts and evaluate the effectiveness of these fonts easily. With this tool, developers are able to change 36 fonts at one time and develop websites in a more interesting and appealing way.
Testing to see how a website displays on different resolutions can often be a pain and can be time consuming. However, Browser shot makes this easy as it generates screenshots of how a website would appear at different resolutions such as 800×600 and 1024×768.
This tool allows a web developer to easily create a 16×16 favicon (‘favorite’s icon’) that’s displayed inside the location bar of the browser and bookmark menu when your site is opened.
This service allows the web developers to monitor a website’s performance by tracking the downtime and uptime. It mimics the loading process of the entire website by uploading a full HTML page and incorporating all the elements, thereby allowing developers to check and monitor the efficiency of the website.