Are you a web developer?

Here are few Productive Tools that will save you 10+ hours per week

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1. Metatags

This tool can help you to test and view your website's preview when viewed on Google, Facebook, or Twitter.

metatags.io
2. ExtractCSS

This tool can help you to extract element Id, class, and inline styles from HTML documents and output them as CSS stylesheets.

extractcss.com
3. WhatRuns

This tool can help you to peek at other site's themes, plugins, and server info used. WhatRuns can be installed on @firefox and chrome.

whatruns.com
4. Unminify

Free tool to unminify javascript, CSS, HTML, XML, and JSON code making it readable and pretty.

unminify.com
5. Responsively App

This browser is designed to help you see what your website like on different technology devices at once.

responsively.app
6. Color

1. Colordot - A color picker for humans (color.hailpixel.com)

3. Stylify Me - Online style guide generator
(stylifyme.com)

2. uiGradients - Beautiful colored gradients
(uigradients.com)

4. Colors and Fonts
(colorsandfonts.com)
7. Icons & Logo

1. Logaster logo maker
(logaster.com/logo)

2. Noun Project
(thenounproject.com)

3. Vector illustrations
(icons8.com)
8. Free Website Hosting Services

1. Infinity Free
(infinityfree.net)

2. Award Space
(awardspace.com)

3. Free Hostia
(freehostia.com)

4. Google Cloud Hosting (cloud.google.com/solutions/web-…)
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