TOOLS & SERVICES JUST ADDED
Special Highlight: Popular Front-end Development Tools
- Distiller (Mobile Continuous Integration): Build and deploy iOS apps faster
- Flood IO (Load and Performance Testing): Cloud Load Testing for Everyone, used by Heroku
- APISpark (API Hub and Management): Create, host & manage web APIs
- GameThrive (Mobile Push Messaging): Free mobile push notification service with a focus on mobile games.
- Kairos (Facial Recognition): Government-level facial recognition with enterprise-level support
- CacheFly (CDN): A leading content delivery network provider based in Chicago, IL, used by Ars Technica & SquareSpace
- CDNify (CDN): Content Delivery Network for tech startups, digital agencies & developers
- ContentCloud (Cloud CMS): Content Collaboration Suite for Editorial Teams
What do you use for your front-end development workflow? Tell other developers which tools are your favorite and why by leaving a one-liner or review for the tools below
Build Tools / JS Task Runners
These tools allow you to automate tedious tasks that you have to do over and over again in the course of a project, such as compiling sass, linting css, concatenating files, minifying files, auto-generating image sprites and compressing images. All of these tools run on top of NodeJS.
Front-End Package Manager
- Brunch: Ultra-fast HTML5 build tool, used by Uber & Red Bull
- gulp: The streaming build system
Front End Scaffolding Tools
- Bower: A package manager for the web, created by Twitter
- Browserify: Browser-side require() the node.js way, used by CloudFlare
- Component: Client package management for building better web applications
These tools help you automate your front-end workflow by providing wrappers around build tools and package managers.
- Yeoman: A set of tools for automating development workflow
- Lineman: A tool to help you build fat-client webapp projects