Helpful Websites You Should Check Out For Your Development Journey!

1K Blog Marathon: Day 20

I opened my stackoverflow account and was surprised for another badge I received! It comes from a question I asked 3 years ago, and I’m very sure this won’t be the last question I will be asking in this site. You know, in life we have to use different tools in order for us to be more productive. It’s easy if we will utilize these technologies so we can focus on more important tasks, like the 80/20 rule – you do the 20% of the task that will result in the 80% of the success.

And because I’m a little bit generous, I will share to you the website tools that really helped me in my programming career – whether its web development, desktop, android, graphics, and even quotes! Some of them may sound familiar to you, some are dinosaur websites and some are really doing just one task – but very good at it. Let’s begin!

Q and A

  1. Stackoverflow
  2. Quora
  3. Reddit

Programming Tools

  1. Regexr
  2. JSON Parser Online
  3. Browserling
  4. Deobfuscate Javascript

Compilers / Tryits

  1. Rextester
  2. W3Schools
  3. CodePen

Frameworks

  1. Bootstrap
  2. MDBootstrap
  3. Materialize
  4. Semantic UI

Graphics

  1. ColorSpace
  2. Canva
  3. Prezi
  4. VectorPaint

Plugins

  1. Sweetalert2

Personal / Productivity

  1. GoodReads
  2. BrainyQuote
  3. TomatoTimer (Pomodoro Technique)

This list will be updated from time to time, so stay tuned for more!

These tools online really helped me in making my programming career more productive – even in the smallest tasks!

I hope you like the tools and websites that I listed here. How about you folks? What are the tools that really helped you in the past or even in your current career?

“And that’s one blog, stay hungry!”

“We become what we behold. We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us.”

― Marshall McLuhan

Published by Christian Foster

Code-blooded, coffee-lover, tall, dark and chubby. I love to draw, has motion-sickness and a sleepy-head. BTW, graduate of BS Computer Science, Associate in Computer Science and certified UiPath RPA Developer. Loyal to my partner and a father of a cute bouncing baby daughter!

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