Resources for Devs: Frontend Tools
An updated collection of useful resources that I use (almost) regularly.
Autoprefixer CSS: a PostCSS plugin which parses your CSS and adds vendor prefixes.
Keyframes: generate CSS animations and more.
Animista: playground with a collection of CSS animations.
Animate.css: a library of ready-to-use, cross-browser animations for use in your web projects.
CSS Layout: a collection of popular layouts and patterns made with CSS.
CodeMyUI: web design & UI Inspiration with code snippets.
Test & Find
Can I Use: provides up-to-date browser support tables for support of front-end web technologies on desktop and mobile web browsers.
Regex 101: regex tester.
Build with Flexbox: flexbox playground.
Explain Shell: write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument.
Unicode Character Table: Unicode Character Table.
- Progessive Tooling: a list of community-built, third-party tools that can be used to improve page performance
Privacy and Legal
TLDR Legal: lookup popular software license in plain English.
Iubenda: generate documents to make your website or app compliant with the law, across multiple languages and legislations
Blacklight: a real-time website privacy inspector that reveal the specific user-tracking technologies on the site—and who’s getting your data.
Bonus: Interesting Projects
Skaffolder: create fully working prototype applications in minutes.
Mermaid JS: diagramming and charting tool that uses Markdown-inspired text definitions and a renderer to create and modify complex diagrams.
Percollate: a command-line tool that turns web pages into beautifully formatted PDF, EPUB, or HTML files.
Templatemaker: custom sized papercraft and packaging templates for free.
1ty: one-time self-destructing links for sharing sensitive information.