Must Have Tools for Web Developers to Work Seamlessly

Must Have Tools for Web Developers to Work Seamlessly

In order to make your work easy we advise our web developers who perform at our work lab daily to use certain tools to ease of their task.

The client who hire web developers for quality outputs checks out their accuracy and thus to maintain the scalability and performance of a web developer we prefer that our developer have these tool kits installed in their smart gadgets.

Some of the tool that Web Design And Development Company prefers our developer to have this year includes-

Google Drive


Google Drive how can we deny this one. This tool gives us the ability to share documents, files with clients and teammates. Our developers find it delightfully savvy. People at our work place use Google Drive and Dropbox interchangeably, but most prefers Drive because it is easier to use. Google Drive also makes it possible for the teammates to comments on documents, so it helps in ensuing better documentations.



If you are not at all an Asana addict, you have Basecamp. Our teammates in our web and mobile app development company prefer it as the project management tool to others. The tools allow our teammates to create notes and tasks. It is simple to use and the selling point of this tool is their easy navigation through the website without even giving a try to learn the complete interface at a go.



“It is not just Notepad, it is Notepad++.” Many have tried to Sublime, but most of them have again switched over to Notepad++ in our work place. It has been in the work environment since a long time. It is easy to use and combines the basic familiarity of the early version of Notepad. And just not its simplicity but a customizable interface has lot to give. You can hide the toolbars to establish a distraction-free interface. You also get a document map to save you from the uncomfortable scrolling.



MAMP or Mac, Apache, MySQl and PHP is yet another testing environment for the developers. However, this is one of the exclusive environments to the Mac users. If you are not a MAC user and do not need to use Perl you can switch off to the use of WAMP or Windows, Apache, MySQl and PHP



BeanStalk is nothing but a host for code repositories and allows our teammates to collaborate and save the codes in a remote location and further send them to the server.



The people who work on their Mac may not like the Filezilla, for them there is CyberDuck. It is a more flexible competitor and is free. It also comes with features such as quick look, growl, and remote editing with the use of various text editors. The one not using Mac have to use Filezilla for sure.



Eclipse is no doubt a great IDE. The greatest and happening thing with Eclipse is that it comes with plugins and allows you to do almost anything that you want to do.



Just like the Bootstrap, you will find that Foundation provides a good blueprint for the responsive front-end elements that you require. It has a good grid-structure and is much easier to style and customize.

We are using them in our custom web development comappnyy to ease out daily taks and manage the huge flow of work. are you missing on them? Have them now in your development kit to provide better and scalable services to your clients.

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