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Google Chrome offers access to a large repository of extensions and tools to make our lives easier on a daily basis. Let’s see what extensions Chrome offers that make the lives of web developers easier:
The web developer extension for Google Chrome adds a little toolbar with different tools available. It has a lot of handy tools developers can use in their day to day work. This extension is also available for Firefox browsers.
Developers working with RESTful APIs, reading raw JSON data on a browser can be quite tricky. It’s much easier to read JSON in a tree-view format, rather than in its raw state. The Chrome extension JSONview helps you view JSON documents in the browser.
CollorZilla is a simple color picker tool that helps web developers and graphic designers with color related tasks both basic and advanced. It includes Color Picker, Eye Dropper, Gradient Generator, and much more additional advanced color tools.
CSSViewer is a simple CSS property viewer. It offers a floating panel that reports on the identity of the section that the mouse hovers over, along with its font, text, color, background, box, positioning and effects attributes.
This Chrome extension helps you find what fonts are being used on a website.
If you know of more Google Chrome extensions for Developers, feel free to leave a comment in the comment section.
Chad is an experienced Systems Administrator with exposure to various technologies and enterprise ICT environments. He has a huge passion for Technologies, specifically Linux, Open Source Software, Cloud Computing, DevOps, Software & Web Development, electronics, and IoT technologies.
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