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7 Must-Have Web Apps For Designers And Developers Toolbox

 

There are many online tools and web applications out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing 7 Must-Have Web Apps For Designers And Developers Toolbox. Read each entry in the list and see which one suits your needs best.

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Golden Ratio

There are two scenarios the calculator is designed for. The first is that you have a column with a certain width (perhaps to achieve a nice word:line ratio). You wish to find a matching column. Type in the width and use the left side, which gives you both a smaller and larger column. The second scenario is that you have a container and wish to divide it in two. Type in the container width and use the right side measurements.

SpiderScribe

SpiderScribe is an online mind mapping and brainstorming tool. It lets you organize your ideas by connecting notes, files, calendar events, etc. in free-form
maps. You can collaborate and share those maps online.

Profitably

Profitably helps you plan for the customers you want, measure how you’re performing, and then execute. It’s web-based software connects securely to business applications
like Intuit’s QuickBooks to provide insight to the ~6M small businesses in North America. CFOs, bookkeepers, and business owners alike use Profitably to understand customer profitability, manage cash flow, and plan for future growth, all in real time.

Manifested

Manifested is a new utility for getting a jump start on converting your existing web site to work offline using HTML5?s cache manifest. Manifested scrapes a website for images, stylesheets, and JavaScripts that you may want to cache. Manifested then gives you a custom cache manifest file as a starting point for upgrading your website to support offline functionality.

repl.it

The repl.it project is an attempt to create an online environment for interactively exploring programming languages. It provides a fully-featured terminal emulator and code editor, powered by interpreter engines for more than 15 languages. All our interpreters are written in (or compiled to) JavaScript, and run completely on the user’s device, regardless or whether it’s a desktop, laptop or phone.

Subtle Patterns

Subtle Patterns is a collection of 93 high quality design patterns for you to use freely.

Timeslot

Timeslot makes planning your day a breeze. It simply add items to your day’s agenda, and specify how long each will take. Timeslot will automatically generate start and end times for each item, so when you have to make a change, your entire agenda will update to flow around it.

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7 Must-Have Web Apps For Designers And Developers Toolbox
AN Jay
Wed, 19 Oct 2011 17:13:52 GMT

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