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Pingendo – An IDE With Built-in Support For Front-End Frameworks

Pingendo – An IDE With Built-in Support For Front-End Frameworks

Pingendo is a fresh IDE that is currently in beta status and available for Win + Mac. It is currently free (can become paid after the beta - no info on that) and focuses on easing web authoring. There is a DOM-tree editor which we can quickly view the tree and edit their styles and/or properties. Pingendo ...

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A Preprocessor & Live Browser Refresher For Windows – Prepros

A Preprocessor & Live Browser Refresher For Windows – Prepros

When building websites with scripting languages that require compiling (Sass, Less, Stylus..), compiling them manually (or via refreshing the page) is usually an extra step. Prepros is an open source application for Windows OS that can do that automatically for Less, Sass, Scss, Stylus, Jade, Coffeescript, Haml and ...

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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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