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localForage: Improved offline storage

localForage improves your web app's offline experience via asynchronous storage. It has fallbacks that make it compatible with every browser, though asynchronous storage is used for virtually all ...

Batman.js Devtools: Chrome developer utilities for Batman.js

If you work with Batman.js, this Batman.js Devtools Chrome extension is an invaluable tool. It includes a variety of tools useful for developing with Batman.js right in your ...

Noem9studio's Essay Font Family, 8 Styles - only $9!

Isn't it nice when you can keep things in the family? Like fonts for instance. A fun, unique font is great. But a fun unique and rockin' font ...

Object Playground: Visualize and experiment with JavaScript objects

Object Playground is a visualization and experimentation tool for JavaScript objects. It works right in your browser and is easy to use.

Clockwork: A Chrome PHP devtools panel

If you develop PHP and use Chrome, then check out the Clockwork Chrome extension. It provides a new panel with all kinds of useful debugging and profiling information, ...

SecurityHeaders.com: See how secure your site’s headers are

SecurityHeaders.com checks your website's headers to see just how secure they are. Then it tells you where you can make improvements based on the recommendations of security experts.

Emmett LiveStyle: Bi-directional code editing

Emmett LiveStyle lets you see instant updates between your browser and text editor as you type. It currently works with Google Chrome, Safari, and Sublime Text.

SlimerJS: Scriptable browser for devs

SlimerJS makes it possible to manipulate a webpage using JavaScript. It's useful for doing function tests, page automation, network monitoring, and more.

Chrome Logger — Server side app debugging in Chrome

Chrome Logger, formerly known as ChromePHP, is a Chrome extension for debugging your server-side applications in the Chrome console. Setup is quick and easy, with language libraries for ...