Web development tools can be incredibly useful. They come in all forms, such as browser add-ons and plugins, which can help you to create the best website possible. They make your work more productive and therefore faster, plus they give you access to the latest techniques. So check out the tools and see how they improve your developing experience.
For building web applications with Java and Scala, Play Framework is top notch. It’s extremely developer-friendly as all you need is a browser and text editor. Hitting refresh shows you your amends immediately and there are built in testing tools. You’re able to scale Play Framework as it has a stateless web tier and it uses a fully asynchronous model built on top of Akka.
Flynn uses integration of various components to create a system. The components “talk” to each other and adapt, meaning your app deployment and scaling as well as your databases can be managed easily. The tool automatically runs and scales the applications you’d otherwise have to manually do one by one. It’s built on a set of core APIs, so you can extend or customize to any environment or need.
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Avocode makes it extremely easy for a frontend developer to code websites or apps from Photoshop or Sketch designs. It’s built by the same team that brought us CSS Hat and PNG Hat, so it’s not surprising they’ve taken the exporting process one step further here.
You can query your indexes with your web browser, via HTTP, plus you have real-time change notifications so you can keep track of your web development. All of this comes with an easy-to-use interface on the admin side.
Another area of web development that should be constantly going on in the background is the monitoring of a website’s performance. Uptime Robot does this for you. It checks 50 of your monitors every five minutes, including the HTTP(s), Ping, Port, and keywords. You can choose how to be alerted–for example, through email, SMS, or even Twitter. You’re able to view uptime, downtime, and response times as well.
For a chat facility on your website, Converse allows you to set up single-user chats or multi-user chat rooms. Users can send chat requests and accept or decline, plus add their chat status like “busy” or “available” and show their typing status.
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