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List Of Best Front-end Development Tools

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Any development is not complete without front-end tools whether it is web development or mobile app development. Well, the use of CSS, HTML, and DOM are still prevalent but the newer ones are also covering a huge community of developers. If you are happy and contented using the old ones, not bad, but not good either. People shift to the new tool and technology because they are advanced and offer speedy development at low cost. If you refrain to accept and adapt with them, in no time you will be thrown out of the market and competition. You don’t want that I guess. So, here are some of the best tools for front-end development. If you know already and using them, its great!!! If not, start using them now.
Know Best Front end Development Tools
1) Ionic 2
A framework that is free, open-source and one of the latest for front-end development. This framework will allow building both native as well as web optimized apps. Stack and StackOverflow are the platforms getting support form this framework. The reason why developers community prefer Ionic 2 is because of the push notifications, plugin availability, native builds, object-oriented programming and such other things.
2) TypeScript
It is developed and maintained by Microsoft and is basically a superset of JavaScript. Again, its an open source front-end development language. This language is basically designed for the heavy apps and also avails optional static typing. The language is portable across various devices, various browsers, and various operating systems. It supports JS libraries and consists of information of existing JS libraries.
3) Angular
It's Google developed framework used for developing web apps. The best thing is the language is advanced and equips the developer to develop web and mobile apps using React Native and Ionic. One of the pros of using Angular is that it can be deployed by both front and back-end developers. It also supports TypeScript, the superset of JavaScript.
4) Codekit
It’s a kind of tool that helps in building the website at a faster pace. The basic function of this tool is image optimization but it also clubs, reduces, and also syntax check the JavaScript. It assists in size reduction through code compression and script combination for reducing the HTTP request. The best part about this tool is that it works with almost every language and avails a plethora of options.
5) GitHub
It is basically a hosting service for computer code. The core functionality of GitHub is source code control and distributed version control. The tool also helps in checking all the changes made to the project. Also, you can go the previous phase of the app if you think that was a better fit for the development. Bug tracking, wikis, feature request, and task management are also the services this tool offers.
6) Grunt
A task runner on NodeJS which is highly flexible and adopted by a huge community of developers. This front-end development tool offers bundled plugins for some of the common tasks. If task automation is your agenda then Grunt is your choice of tool. The repetitive task can be handled easily with least effort with this tool. The development process can be boosted up and the chances of errors are also reduced.
7) WebStorm
It is a smart coding for the assistance for the JavaScript. Despite being light-weight, it is also a powerful JavaScript IDE which offers advanced coding for React.js, Angular, Meteo, and Vue.js. This tool is a great fit for plenty of coding styles and is entirely customizable. Client-side code, Node.JS apps, inbuilt tools for debugging, integration with command line tools are some of the other notable features of WebStorm.
8) Localname
It’s a macOS app which offers remote access to the local development machine. Well, the use of this tool is not restricted to the front-end development but can also be used for the back-end development as well. The silver lining here is it can be set up very quickly and does not need any command line as well. It also allows testing the webhooks along with allowing the developers to share progress and debug live with clients.
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Any development is not complete without front-end tools whether it is web development or mobile app development. Well, the use of CSS, HTML, and DOM are still prevalent but the newer ones are also covering a huge community of developers. If you are happy and contented using the old ones, not bad, but not good either. People shift to the new tool and technology because they are advanced and offer speedy development at low cost. If you refrain to accept and adapt with them, in no time you will be thrown out of the market and competition. You don’t want that I guess. So, here are some of the best tools for front-end development. If you know already and using them, its great!!! If not, start using them now.

Know Best Front end Development Tools

1) Ionic 2
A framework that is free, open-source and one of the latest for front-end development. This framework will allow building both native as well as web optimized apps. Stack and StackOverflow are the platforms getting support form this framework. The reason why developers community prefer Ionic 2 is because of the push notifications, plugin availability, native builds, object-oriented programming and such other things.

2) TypeScript
It is developed and maintained by Microsoft and is basically a superset of JavaScript. Again, its an open source front-end development language. This language is basically designed for the heavy apps and also avails optional static typing. The language is portable across various devices, various browsers, and various operating systems. It supports JS libraries and consists of information of existing JS libraries.

3) Angular
It's Google developed framework used for developing web apps. The best thing is the language is advanced and equips the developer to develop web and mobile apps using React Native and Ionic. One of the pros of using Angular is that it can be deployed by both front and back-end developers. It also supports TypeScript, the superset of JavaScript.

4) Codekit
It’s a kind of tool that helps in building the website at a faster pace. The basic function of this tool is image optimization but it also clubs, reduces, and also syntax check the JavaScript. It assists in size reduction through code compression and script combination for reducing the HTTP request. The best part about this tool is that it works with almost every language and avails a plethora of options.

5) GitHub
It is basically a hosting service for computer code. The core functionality of GitHub is source code control and distributed version control. The tool also helps in checking all the changes made to the project. Also, you can go the previous phase of the app if you think that was a better fit for the development. Bug tracking, wikis, feature request, and task management are also the services this tool offers.

6) Grunt
A task runner on NodeJS which is highly flexible and adopted by a huge community of developers. This front-end development tool offers bundled plugins for some of the common tasks. If task automation is your agenda then Grunt is your choice of tool. The repetitive task can be handled easily with least effort with this tool. The development process can be boosted up and the chances of errors are also reduced.

7) WebStorm
It is a smart coding for the assistance for the JavaScript. Despite being light-weight, it is also a powerful JavaScript IDE which offers advanced coding for React.js, Angular, Meteo, and Vue.js. This tool is a great fit for plenty of coding styles and is entirely customizable. Client-side code, Node.JS apps, inbuilt tools for debugging, integration with command line tools are some of the other notable features of WebStorm.

8) Localname
It’s a macOS app which offers remote access to the local development machine. Well, the use of this tool is not restricted to the front-end development but can also be used for the back-end development as well. The silver lining here is it can be set up very quickly and does not need any command line as well. It also allows testing the webhooks along with allowing the developers to share progress and debug live with clients.

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  1. 14 August 18
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    Nice Tools information i am going to use it thank you keep sharing such great info..

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