Each week we come up with the list of selected best tools, apps and websites that are worth checking out as these are available to make your task of designers and developers easy. We keep a track of new cool tools and apps being rolled out to prepare the list and make you all feel the ease of checking them out all at one place.
Here is the list of last week of October which we are publishing on the 1st of November. Check them out and save the ones you think will be of your help!
Check out the previous articles that comprised of useful tools and apps by clicking the links below.
If you have any other tool or app that you want us to include in our next Latest apps and tools of the week article, do let us know in the comments section below.
Useful Apps and Tools for Designers and Developers
UICloud is the largest user interface design database that is available for designers. You can search through over 46457 UI elements or browse 1229 UI kits. Simply enter the UI element keywords and leave the rest for UI cloud to do. It will present in front of you a huge range of UI kits.
Tridiv is a concept, code and design by Julian Garnier. It is a web-based editor for creating 3D shapes in CSS with ease and fun-filled way.
Font Combiner is a versatile web app for creating your own fonts. With this tool you can generate your own custom font in a format and file size.
Raw is an open web app that lets you create custom vector-based visualizations on top of the amazing D3.js library through a simple interface. Besides, t ensures data safety an much more!
InstallRails.com is the easier way to install Rails on your computer. It is a step-by-step guide for users to install Ruby on Rails. Using standard tools InstallRails makes users learn and easily understand as to how can Ruby be installed on rails.
Codio is an ideal tool for teaching and learning how to code. Its an open source free tool that is publicly available. You simply need to create a project and you’re ready to run the code. All thanks to this great tool named Codio.
Formstone is a collection of jQuery plugins focused on interface structure and customization. This tool includes plugins for pickers, scrolling, zooming, and much more.
A Good User Interface is a article that lets you know how to achieve high conversion rates. You can check the examples to see it for yourself. Take a look these examples by clicking the link.
This is a tool that lets users detect potentially inaccessible and invalid HTML markup. What it does is highlight inline styles and event attributes, invalid links, empty and deprecated elements, and much more.
Appmaker from Mozilla is a drag-and-drop mobile app creator that is not yet into final stage. It’s in pre-alpha release so all you users can expect some bugs but is quite promising.
11. WP Test
WP Test is a set of test data to measure the integrity of your plugins and themes. Based on the WordPress Theme Unit Test Codex data it gives you a mix of quirky, simulated user content that is sure to help you a great deal.
Here, we come to end of this week’s list of cool tools, apps, and websites for designers and developers. Which one the above do you think would be of your use. If you know of ay such helpful and handy tool, do let us know.