The Code Crisis | Matt Davison

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Developers find themselves at all levels from beginner, to pro and beyond, using different online tools and services in order to make their job easier. Here’s a list of just a few of my favourites that I have used throughout my journey!

purifycss.online
purifycss.online is a tool used for clearing out unused CSS selectors and making your site run faster. I use this in order to optimise sites running on CSS frameworks to get rid of any unused parts of the framework and bring my CSS together!
With PurifyCSS reducing file-sizes by up-to 90% per file it seriously makes a difference to server response times and makes your site run 10x faster. I definitely recommend this tool.
PurifyCSS Online - Remove unused CSS
unminify.com
Sticking to the trends of CSS, unminify.com allows you to take minified CSS (as well as JS, HTML, XML, and JSON) and explode it back out to a human friendly format.
with Purify returning minified code, Unminify works really well alongside it to make that code easily editable again!
Unminify JS, CSS, HTML, XML and JSON Code
w3schools.com
There’s not many developers not using w3schools.com… w3schools is possibly the best site to get documentation and guides to almost all of the most popular programming languages, as well as free web hosting and code snippets to help you along the way!
W3Schools Free Online Web Tutorials
autocode.com
Autocode is a fully equipped web-based IDE for easy, serverless, API connections. With automatic installs for npm packages when required and easily linked resources to some of the top platforms APIs like Discord and Twitter, Autocode makes it super easy to speed up your web development!
Multiplayer web development - Autocode
vscode.dev
On a device with low storage? Or simply working on a friend’s machine without access to your usual VSC IDE?
vscode.dev is Visual Studio Code for the web, just login with discord and all your settings will sync. You can then edit any repo you have access to in your GitHub account!
Visual Studio Code for the Web
github.com
GitHub is THE perfect place for collaborative development and opensource. As the most popular git based platform GitHub makes it easy to connect with almost every developer around the world and collaborate publicly or privately alongside them with full support for pull-requests, issues, code review and more!
You can follow me on GitHub @immattdavison.
GitHub: Where the world builds software · GitHub
cssgradient.io
cssgradient.io makes it super simple to generate incredible gradients in just seconds. I use cssgradient.io anytime I need a gradient for a website for the sake of simplicity and time efficiency when constructing a new site for a client!
CSS Gradient — Generator, Maker, and Background
simpleicons.org
Simple Icons is an open source icon library consisting of 2000+ of the world’s favourite brand’s logos in SVG format, perfect for web developers.
I use simple icons to create social media links in footers and more and find the platform extremely useful on a regular basis!
Simple Icons
A closing note...
These are just some of the tools I use on a regular basis and would recommend to other developers whether you’re just starting out or whether you’ve been in the business upwards of of 10 years, wherever you are in your journey these tools will always be useful!
I hope this could help : )
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Matt Davison | The Code Crisis
Matt Davison | The Code Crisis @immattdavison

I'm Matt, front-end web developer based in England, UK.
I talk about code, lifestyle, and more!

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