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4 Tools to Use for Easier Web Development

Developing and organizing projects for your business in the world of technology can undoubtedly be filled with excitement if you’re a modern, self-proclaimed nerd but for the rest of us, web development can feel incredibly tedious and difficult. (I’d rather be eating tacos.) However on days where you're waiting to dig into Taco Tuesday, we’re here in the meantime to offer you our favorite web development tools to make life easier on you go-getters. Let the countdown begin for quicker and smoother day-to-day work life! 😄

1.) Asana

We honestly cannot get enough of this program. This application strengthens business project management of almost any kind of project you can develop, as well as enable teams to work through embedded conversation features. Yay, no more back-and-forth emailing! The best part about it is that you can keep tabs on the long-term and short-term progress the project as well as the status of anyone that is assigned to a certain task! Asana also developed an accompanying mobile app to organize projects on the go for those workaholics that can’t pull themselves away. (Secretly rejoicing inside!) It’s definitely worth a look to see if it would be something beneficial to your needs.

2.) Sublime Text 3

While it’s currently in its Beta Stage, Sublime Text 3 is the latest version of the most commonly used Sublime Text editor (and one that you’ll definitely fall in love with). Sublime Text is a cross-platform source code editor with a Python API. It is already known for its ability to support many programming languages and markup languages. So what makes Sublime Text 3 amazing? SPEED, packaged plugins, and symbol indexing. Sublime Text 3 Beta is free to download on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

3.) CodeKit

CodeKit: “It’s like a steroid for web developers.”, and that it is! CodeKit compiles Less, Slim, Stylus, Sass, Jade, CoffeeScript, Haml, JavaScript, TypeScript, Compass, and Markdown files together automatically with each save! It is also useful for a variety of different professional developers: app developers, animators, CMS templaters, UX/UI designers, and more. So basically, CodeKit is a bit of a beast…

4.) Chrome Developer Tools (DevTools)

Having trouble authoring HTML and CSS? Trying to debug JavaScript? All the while attempting code optimization? Say no more 👌. Google’s built-in Chrome Developer Tools (DevTools) have got your back. Bundled and available in both Chrome and Safari, they allow developers to have real-time deep access into the internals of the browser and web application. Web authoring has never had it so good.

And that’s about it folks! Happy creating and… web developing? Yeah, let’s go with that… 👍

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