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Nine Excellent Online Apps For Web Designers And Developers

Nine Excellent Online Apps For Web Designers And Developers:

There are many useful apps and tools out there for web developers, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing Nine Excellent Online Apps For Web Designers And Developers. Read each entry in the list and see which one suits your needs best.


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WhatFont Tool



WhatFont is a great tool, with which you can easily get font information about the text you are hovering on. To embrace the new web font era, WhatFont also detects services used for serving the font. Now supports Typekit and Google Font API.


Cssizer



Cssizer is a simple tool to let you edit the design of an html page in real time. You can then use the url you are given to share your design with others.


Clickable Mockups



Clickdummy is about communicating your designs better. ClickDummy turns your website, mobile and software mockups into clickable prototypes with room for annotation and feedback from your clients, friends, and co-workers. No more emailing .PDFs, trying to trace feedback through message threads, or worrying about putting Photoshop images into an HTML container. Clickdummy puts your designs and feedback in context.


CSS Pivot



This is a great website that can allow you to add CSS styles to any website, and share the result with a short link. You can also invite others to submit

improvements for your website.


Prefixr



This tool can automatically update CSS3 properties with the necessary browser prefixes.


Screenfly



Screenfly allows you to view your website on a variety of device screens and resolutions.


CoderDeck



CoderDeck can help you create interactive live-coding presentations.


Patternizer



Patternizer is an easy to use stripe pattern generator.


alphaPun.ch



alphaPun.ch will trace the opaque part of your PNG or GIF image. It will then punch through the alpha channel (i.e. the transparent bit), so you can click on things behind it.

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