Top Front End Dev Tools
Being a full-stack developer, meaning I know how to code back end and front end, I’ve always been much more fond of front-end development. It’s nice to see your work in action and be able to turn ordinary pages into beautiful works of art. In front-end development, there are many tools that have become high in demand and allow you to create beautiful responsive web applications with ease. Although choosing the right tool for the job is half the battle, this article will discuss my favorite and top tools I use along with some of the ones that many programmers use and their key features to help you create an amazing beautiful web app of your own.
- View check network activity.
- Identifying securing problems
- Look at memory
- View many panels such as network, application, elements, etc.
- Assess runtime performance, and optimize speed.
Angular offers very good productivities and supports many Google apps because of being made by Google. It allows for smooth coding for desktop and mobile applications. Angular also scales very well, it has the ability to fulfill enormous data requirements. Angular also has many well-designed templates you can customize to fit your web app. Most IDE’s come with Angular support which makes coding in Angular less of a hassle.
- Handles JS code Automatically.
- Suitable for all browsers.
- Ability write client-side apps using JS.
- Free, open-source with lots of documentation.
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- Supports the incorporating of C/C++ header files.
There are many more extensive and better front-end tools and as I continue to explore and learn more I will write another article on some others such as Grunt, SASS, Meteor, and so on. For now, these are the ones that I use the most and am familiar with the most. Stay tuned for more to come and I hope this was helpful.