Last time we wrote about HTML to PDF conversion tools and this time we came up with another list comprising of best Google Chrome Extensions for Web Developers.
This tool has been made by webdevchecklist.com and it provides you a variety of characteristics of a webpage. This is necessary while testing a website. Starting with the
Best Practices domain, it covers check points like broken link check, www subdomain check and spell and grammer check. It shows the page rank by Google Page Speed checking tool and lists it under
Performance domain. It checks for code quality and syntax which tells you about the experience of the developer who made the website. It checks for other characteristics which determine the
Alexa Rank too, namely SEO, UpTime, Monitoring, Mobile Browsing Capabilities, Custom 404 page, Friendly URLs and Social Media Buttons. Using this tool, you can precisely determine the accessbility and popularity of the page.
This is a life saving tool for the senior web developers or program managers to instantly test output in variety of screen sizes. It does not rate a page or determine scores but just shows how they look like on different screens.
Ever wondered what technologies are used to make the site you are visiting? Many times, you may want to know about these in order to make a similar functionality or just for the sake of knowledge. This extension will tell you all about what a developer cooked before making the site.
This tool tells you about the fonts used in a website. It is not the font but the combination of them which improves the aesthetics of the website. It is a great learning tool for all frontend devs and typography enthusiasts.
It is an awesome on-screen ruler which helps you measure length across elements on the page. It can tell the distances in pixels. This specially helps in making responsive websites directly on the browser.
I do not think of any other tool which covers such wide range of functionalites. Of course, there are some tools like Angular Console and LocalStorage Manager but they very specific and might not at all be useful for Python developer or PHP developer. Install, play, experiment and most importantly try to improve the functionalities by forking the source code. Thank you Google for making Chrome!