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April 2008

klauskomenda.com » Collection of Web Developer Tools, per Browser

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With so many browser out there in the wild, working as a Web Developer certainly is not an easy job these days. Thankfully, over the last years, decent tools have been developed by bright people that make developing and debugging of code easier for the developer. But sometimes, it is not easy to keep track which tools are at a Developer’s disposal (and which are actually usable). The following article seeks to list the best tools available and quickly describing how to activate/install/use them.

January 2008

Amy Editor - A Collaborative Text and Source Code Editor for Developers

by 1 other
Core features * Works in your browser (*) * Support for any programming language (**) * Unlimited number of views for one document * Smart code snippets * Full internationalization * Real-time document collaboration * Programmable bundles with Editor * Various color themes * Remote commands, text manipulation * Supports opening documents via FTP, WebDAV, local computer, customized projects and various blog APIs * Easily embeddable to your own page * Host computer clipboard integration (*) Amy can be comfortably run on Safari and Gecko-based browsers (Firefox, Camino, Seamonkey,...) on any OS. It's runnable on Internet Explorer 6,7 and Opera 9 , but it's not officially supported and user experience may not be pleasant. (**) Languages are supported through bundles. It's very easy to add support for your favorite language (and/or dialects). Currently implemented are C, C , C#, JavaScript, Ruby (on Rails), PHP, Java, Texy and HTML. Text editing features * Syntax highlighting * Smart indentation for each language * Code folding * Bookmarks * Word completion * Insert/Overwrite mode * Unlimited undo/redo * Intelligent character pairing * Customizable key shortcuts (*)

Improve website load time by 500% with 3 lines of code | Aciddrop.com

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There are 4 relatively easy ways by which you can speed up the time it takes a browser to download a page: * Make fewer HTTP requests * Add a far-future expires header * Gzip your page's components * Minify your JavaScript, CSS and HTML Following on from my post on joining CSS and JavaScript files, I have written a PHP script which will automatically do all of the above.

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