CodePen is a pretty cool instant preview, in-browser way to play with your code. It’s also a great place to find inspiration, collaborate and get noticed!
How about you go to one place!?!
Not only has DevDocs compiled multiple API documentation into one resource, but they’ve even made it really easy to navigate and search for exactly what you’re looking for.
Last month, Tom McFarlin shared three of his favorite Coda plugins for WordPress development.
Since that’s just about all I do using Coda, I went and snatched them up right away!
I had always known Coda had some cool stuff to add-on, but never had taken the time to look for any that would be helpful. Here are two of the three he shared, that I’ve found to be really helpful:
Responsive web design has become essential.
With so many different sized devices cruising the web, your design has to be responsive.
Sometimes designing a responsive site can be tricky, but thanks to a new online tool called, FROONT, you can visually design a responsive website straight from your browser!
Mmmm. Another Bootstrap resource for your coding and designing pleasure.
Bootsnipp, as it’s called, is full of design elements and code snippets specially made for the Bootstrap HTML/CSS/JS framework. There are currently almost 70 up for grabs.
Here’s a closer look:
If you really want to get your geek on, I just discovered a great new tool for producing PDF, EPUB and MOBI e-books. The language is called Markdown and the tool I use to build Markdown documents is MarkdownPad 2. Created by Evan Wondrasek, a software engineer in Minneapolis, MN, MarkdownPad 2 is pretty comprehensive. There are two flavors (as with most projects of this kind): the free version and the licensed version. A single-user license costs 14.95 (USD).