Tool-Up Time: The Very Best Front End Developer Tools

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The DebugMe team has put together a list of front end developer tools which can be useful for every dev out there. Take a look!

Front End Developer Tools

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“iOS Bested by Android on Global Usage Stats for the First Time” Or is it he ?

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So, thousands of #android devices finally “overcome” less than dozen #iOS devices … funny, I was this news serious. If I must choose, I would still rather have 3GS over S4. Why – buy one iPhone, its under 50$ now, and see… What will happen if you compare adopting the newest OS? or usability / backward compatibility of devices? Not to mention profit of app sales. Delete this, somebody might think android is better.

http://blog.stacksocial.com/ios-bested-android-global-usage-stats-first-time/

My first… theme: Googlish

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Google tribute – popular internet company like theme with all pages from main set of Google applications covered.

This is a more than a page: its fully working web-app with usage of local storage and bootstrap widgets. For creative professionals and developers to create an Google-like simple and clean applications. Continue reading

Xiki – New command line

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http://xiki.org

 Type and double-click

Type a word, any word. Then double click on it or type control-return (or command-return). For example type: git, bootstrap, mysql, mongo, rails, node, coffee, js, dom, jquery, svg, ruby code, file paths, url’s, shell commands, etc. (The mouse optional, there are key shortcuts for everything!)

 Wiki inspired

Xiki runs in your text editor, so everything is editable text. Type commands anywhere. Edit the output. (Vs. typing commands at the bottom, and read-only output.) Intermix menus, headings, bullet points, wherever you want. Xiki == executable wiki.

 

What the World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at Launch

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What the World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at Launch

Since the rise of the Internet in the ’90s, the web has shown no signs of slowing down. We’ve watched the birth and evolution of social media, e-commerce and online video entertainment.

It’s hard to imagine that the treasured websites we all use today were at one point just scribbles on a piece of paper, or the brainchild of a 19-year-old college student. With the help of the Wayback Machine, which provides screenshots of any website imaginable from its inception until now, we’re can view the original designs and content of the most visited websites in the U.S.

Seeing how far the world has come in terms of web design, where do you foresee us heading next?