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CSS Scan

Instantly check or copy computed CSS from any element

Inspect Element on steroids: study how things are made on the web in real-time and copy computed styles with no hassle (neither longhand styles)

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Visually edit your site's CSS without inspecting code.

Toybox gives you the power to visually edit any website's CSS without inspecting code. As you make edits, we create & store clean CSS annotations for you and your developers.

How it works:

1. With 1 click - capture any web page (live or local) and re-render it within Toybox

2. Visually edit and annotate your UI.

3. Share, comment, and collaborate.

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A timeline editor for CSS animations

Keyframes gives you a visual timeline to help you create, view, and run animations without having to go back and forth between your browser and editor.

And it gives you the CSS when you're done.

Use the web app to create an animation on a basic shape, or install the extension to create an animation on any element, anywhere, on any website.

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Web Maker 3.0

First ever offline web playground, now as a Web app!

Web Maker 3.0 is your favourite fast & offline web playground, now as a web app.

After working for months, 164 commits later, I am really excited to bring to you - Web Maker 3.0! 😍 Without much delay, let me take you right inside what exactly is Web Maker 3.0. The Web isn't just Chrome and so is not Web Maker, anymore.
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Atom - A hackable text editor for the 21st Century
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CodePen - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript editor in the browser.
"To use when I want to see a live preview of changes, as I make them."

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What are the best web apps/sites for developers?

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"Helpful for quick prototyping and playing with HTML/JS/CSS."
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