Every now and then useful resources in the form of tools, apps, and online portals are being introduced to make people in the field of designing and development feel glad. How, the use of resources available enables them to enhance their productivity and efficiency by getting some of the fussy tasks with ease and less time consuming manner.
We have been coming up with the weekly listicles to help designers and developers get these resources into filtered form that is best of the rest are picked according to their utility.
Sneak a peek at this week’s list of fresh tools and apps!
Users sometimes seem to waste their valuable time in analyzing tests. Tailor is a tool that promise to deliver the results right in front of you without any hassle.
Funnel is an easy-to-use, simple tool that promises to help small business in closing the deals and continuous follow-ups with clients.
3. Intor Bar
IntroBar is a nice tool that enables you to attract visitor from different sources in visually appealing way.
Work with a real-time whiteboard. Here is an online whiteboard that is kind of unlimited canvas for you and your team to create content.
BASSCSS is a faster, modular CSS without any side effects. Its a lightweight collection of base element styles, immutable utilities, layout modules, and color styles designed for speed, clarity, performance, and scalability.
Layzr is a minute, fast, modern, and dependency-free library for lazy loading that boosts page speed by deferring the loading of images until they’re in the view port.
The HTML email framework is developed with the clear aim of helping users in building bulletproof responsive HTML email templates by coping and pasting the pre-built grid options or modules into the provided space.
This is a searchable collection of the most frequently asked Git questions.
Centering in CSS is one fussy job. Here is a tool that helps you learn how to center in CSS. It consolidates them and gives you the code you need for each situation.
Electron is a tool that helps build cross platform desktop apps with web technologies.
Have anything to say on these or share some useful tools like the ones listed above? Let us know.