Booom (opens in new tab) makes Dribbble better by showing larger shots in lists; putting Like and Add to Bucket buttons in lists; making GIFs autoplay and bringing infinite scroll.
This powerful Chrome extension enables you to create designs then export them into a CSS file for use on your site. CSS-Shack (opens in new tab) supports layers and contains a plethora of the tools that you're used to from your regular photo editor (opens in new tab).
Marmoset (opens in new tab) will take your code and output snapshots for your demos and mockups. You can also add themes and effects to create images for promo and your online portfolio (opens in new tab).
14. iMacros for Chrome
As a web developer, you may be required to test your webpages. Repeating the same actions over and over again can be a tiresome process. iMacros (opens in new tab) is a handy Chrome extension that lets you record your actions and save them so you only need to do them once. After that you can test your pages over and over again, repeating the action with a click of a button. It saves valuable time, freeing up your time so you can concentrate on more pressing matters.
15. Window Resizer
Window Resizer (opens in new tab) is a useful tool that does exactly as it says on the tin – resizes your browser window to help you with your responsive website designs. Choose from a list of popular monitor dimensions or add custom sizes and resolutions for increased accuracy.
16. Project Naptha
If you ever find yourself working from a mockup image with embedded text, Project Naptha (opens in new tab) could save you a world of mild irritation. Thanks to some smart OCR trickery it enables you to highlight, copy and paste text from any image; it can even translate it for you.
A very useful Google Chrome extension, WhatFont (opens in new tab) allows developers and designers to identify the fonts being used on a webpage. So, if you stumble upon a fancy-looking web font that you want to use in one of your future projects, just hover over it and find out instantly which font it is.
18. Web Developer
As a web developer, you might ask yourself how you have lived without this extension. Web Developer (opens in new tab) adds a toolbar button to Chrome with a plethora of useful web developer tools. It's the official port of the Web Developer extension for Firefox.
19. Web Developer Checklist
Web Developer Checklist (opens in new tab) enables you to check if all of your webpages are following best practice when it comes to SEO, usability, accessibility and performance (page speed). So if, for example, you don't have an H1 tag on a webpage or if a webpage is missing its meta title or meta description, it will notify you so that you can fix the issue quickly. If you click the 'more info and help' link at the bottom of the extension, you will find a more in-depth checklist.
20. DevTools Autosave
A true gem for all web developers out there, DevTools AutoSave (opens in new tab) allows you to automatically save any changes that you make to a webpage's CSS and JS via the Chrome Dev Tools environment to its source file. It's easy to set up and use and it will save you lots of time and stress.
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