20 Cheat Sheets Website For Developers

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1. OverAPI

OverAPI is a website that aggregates cheat sheets for many popular web programming languages such as Javascript, NodeJS, PHP, Python, CSS.

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2. Awesome-Cheatsheets

It is a collection of popular web programming language Cheatsheets.

lecoupa.github.io/awesome-cheats… Image
3. Bootstrap 4 Cheat Sheet

Bootstrap 4 Cheat Sheet is a site that aggregates all the functions and displays the components in Bootstrap version 4.3.1

hackerthemes.com/bootstrap-chea… Image
4. GitSheet

GitSheet is an aggregator of commands that you often use with Git. For each statement, it describes detail usage.

gitsheet.wtf
5. HTML5 Element Index

The HTML5 element index is a web page aggregating new or redefined objects in the HTML5 version.

html5doctor.com/element-index/ Image
6. HTML CheatSheet

HTML CheatSheet is a website that synthesizes useful examples and tools for web developers to help us reduce the time and effort in web development such as choosing colors, creating links, creating images, create tables ... for HTML

htmlcheatsheet.com
7. Can I Use

Can I Use is a website that provides information about each different browser version, it will help programmers know which web technology can be used for those browsers.

caniuse.com Image
8. Rico's cheatsheets

Rico's cheatsheets is an almost complete aggregation cheatsheet for web developers such as React, Vue, ES6, Vim, Kotlin. each category, will be divided into many smaller sections to help you easily find the cheatsheet you want.

devhints.io
9. Cheatography

Cheatography is also a collection of cheat sheets for web development and is divided into several sub-categories such as Miscellaneous, Network, DevOps, Database, Programming Language

cheatography.com/programming/ Image
10. CSS3 Animation Cheat Sheet

CSS3 Animation Cheat Sheet is a collection of CSS3 animations for your web project. You just need to load the animations.css file and call the effect class you want for the object in the HTML.

justinaguilar.com/animations/ Image
11. CSS Grid Cheat Sheet

CSS Grid Cheat Sheet is a website that helps you create a grid system using CSS3 for web pages easily. With tools that support full features such as defining grid-template-columns, grid-template-rows, grid-column-gap

alialaa.github.io/css-grid-cheat… Image
12. Grid

Grid is a web page that aggregates complete detailed examples for each property used in defining the CSS3 grid system for a website.

grid.malven.co
13. Media Queries Cheat Sheet

mac-blog.org.ua/css-3-media-qu… Image
14. Responsive Web Design Cheat Sheet

uxpin.s3.amazonaws.com/responsive_web… Image
15. HTML5 Canvas Cheat Sheet

simon.html5.org/dump/html5-can… Image
16. Web Developer's SEO Cheat Sheet

moz.com/learn/seo/seo-…
17. Modern JavaScript Cheatsheet

mbeaudru.github.io/modern-js-chea… Image
18. HTML5 Security Cheatsheet

html5sec.org Image
20. Regex Cheat Sheet

dev.to/emmabostian/re… Image
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