The tools used in development can be important time savers and overall experience improvements. This is why they get their own page on the website. I recommend you check out the ones below, as many of them ease my life every day.

Awesome packs

This page contains links to interesting awesome packs available out there. At the moment they are just collected, but in the future I might filter interesting software and put it in a special category. But without more introduction, here they are:

Sites and tools

  • tiny-helpers.dev A collection of web tools used in development
  • nodesign.dev Help for people who want their ideas into prototypes as soon as possible
  • awesomejs.dev A nice helper for picking proper tools for your project
  • regex101.com Online regex tester and debugger for easy development
  • photopea.com Online image editing in a Photoshop like application

Installed tools

These are some of the tools that I installed locally and use every day. Some of these tools are operating system specific (e.g. they can be found only for Linux or OS X), though.

Articles on tools

The following articles are about programs, packages and methods of completing tasks.

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npm istambul

Istanbul instruments your ES5 and ES2015+ JavaScript code with line counters, so that you can track how well your unit-tests exercise your codebase.
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npm whatwg-fetch

The fetch() function is a Promise-based mechanism for programatically making web requests in the browser. This project is a polyfill that implements a subset of…
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