Aziz Morsly
Aziz MorslyFounder Nibduck

What is a must have dev tool that frontend or backend developers should use?

I'm looking for tools that our devs should try: analytics, automation, server side, client side
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  1. 3
    Dash 4

    Instant offline access to 150+ API documentation sets

    Dash is great. It's often faster to look up docs in Dash than it is to google it. I use it everyday.
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  2. 1
    Semaphore

    Hosted Continuous integration for Web Applications.

    Continious delivery system saves your life in terms of spending time on tetsing, dependencies etc
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    Paste 2

    Smart cloud clipboard history and snippets manager for Mac

    Not only a "dev" tool, but I find this super useful for developers. Paste is a clipboard manager that you can use to save snippets of code and then search/paste them later. I find it really helpful when I'm thinking "what was that code snippet I used 2 weeks ago, but didn't save anywhere"
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    • Shea Lignitz
      Shea LignitzWriter & Web Designer

      Really relieves the headache of going back and forth between tabs and windows copying and pasting one thing at a time. Copy images, plain text, links, etc. You can even tell it what kinds of things you don't want copied (e.g., passwords, etc.).

    • A good improvement would be made by adding a little quick response like changing the shape of the mouse or something else nearby. That would tell me clearly whether I have just copied something or not. The sound of copy acts very unreliable, and annoying when I listen to some music or working in a quiet place. It's a stupid design which fails.

  4. TemplateToaster is a powerful theme generator, used for designing themes and templates for five major content management systems. WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and Prestashop. Add to this, it is also used for creating Blogger templates.
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    Kuoll JavaScript Tracer

    See how your users crashed your web application

    Eugene  Stepnov
    Eugene StepnovOperations at Kuoll · Written
    Eugene Stepnov made this product
    This is must-have for front-end developers. It gives you debug-friendly user sessions.
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