10 Front-End Development Tools

I saw this list of ten supposedly tools “you can’t live without” and found it lacking; it’s more of a list of IDEs/text editors and frameworks which a front-end could choose from. I wanted a set of comprehensive tools that addressed the varied tasks that a front-end engineer encounters, so I came up with my own.

Note that this list is biased to OSX because, well, lots of front-end engineers work on MacBooks.





And even more resources (what I used for building this blog): coding and design.

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  1. Which includes Google’s web apps as well as the one of the bigger EmberJS apps in production to date, e.g., not merely 3 lines of scripting code.