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Auto-Reload When CSS/JS Changes For Any IDE With Tincr

Auto-Reload When CSS/JS Changes For Any IDE With Tincr

When working on a project, after each CSS or JavaScript update, the need to refresh the browser is a time-loss (and it is usually done 10s of times). Tincr, a Chrome extension, solves this by integrating itself into Chrome's Developer Tools and auto-refreshing the browser once these files are changed. It is ...

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HTML_CodeSniffer – Check Any HTML With The Given Web Standard

HTML_CodeSniffer – Check Any HTML With The Given Web Standard

HTML_CodeSniffer is a bookmarklet to check if a web page validates for the selected standard. The bookmarklet is open source, has a slick interface and currently comes with a set of 3 standards that enforce the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. It displays the errors, warnings + notices and ...

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Emmet – A Toolkit For Improving HTML & CSS Workflow

You may have heard of Zen Coding before and it now has a new name and website: Emmet.io. Emmet is an editor plugin which has versions for many popular editors like Notepad++, Aptana, Coda, TextMate, Komodo Edit and more. Once installed, using a CSS-like syntax, it is possible to create bulk HTML and CSS code (or nay ...

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Web-Based IDE With Firebug & Git Support: Orion

Working completely online is not only a getting popular trend but also something that happens slowly in the background almost without us realizing it. Many of us have online storage accounts to host our documents/codes, lots of web apps exist to help us accomplish our daily tasks (image editors, cross-browser testing ...

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SoFresh! – Automated Browser Refreshes For CSS Updates

While creating/editing CSS files, viewing the output instantly saves much time. CSSrefresh, a JavaScript file that auto-refreshes the web-page, was featured before at WRD. SoFresh!, a bookmarklet, extends it a little further, works without inserting a JS file to our web pages and allows us to choose which CSS file ...

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A Lightweight Syntax Highlighter: Prism

When displaying code in a web-page, highlighting its syntax accordingly helps so much in easily reading it. There are various syntax highlighters around (see 11 Syntax Highlighters To Beautify Code Presentation) and Lea Verou has released a lovely new one, named Prism, that is built with modern web standards in mind. ...

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NINJA-IDE: A Powerful IDE For Developing Python Apps

If you are always developing with a specific language, using a development tool that is built specifically for that language can ease the process. NINJA-IDE is an open source and free development tool that focuses on Python developers at first but has support for code highlighting for various languages. It has a ...

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Web-Based Code Editor By Adobe – Brackets

Brackets is an open source code editor (IDE), built by Adobe, which is created with only client-side web technologies like HTML-CSS and JavaScript. The editor focuses on simplicity and, rather than too many panels, the quick-edit UI is the main thing. A "live development" feature syncs a browser with the ...

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WebMatrix 2 – Microsoft’s Web Development Tool Gets Much Better

Around 2 years ago, Microsoft had announced the first version of WebMatrix and it was shared at WRD. Lately, they have made the release-candidate of WebMatrix 2 available and it has become an exciting product for many. The tool now has support for the most recent web-dev technologies including HTML5-CSS3, Node.js or ...

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