The integrated development environment (IDE) is a must have tools of web developers to develop attractive web pages. There are a lot of free and paid IDE’s are available. As increasing the number of web development platforms and tools more and more web developers with great passion and high creativity choosing the field of lucrative web development. The competition among the browser developers force them to add more features to be included free with their browsers. Moreover, they want to develop suitable websites for clutter free viewing, which enables the addition of integrated source code editing and WYSIWYG tools for web development. Here is a look at Chrome browser’s developer tool is enabled for the Google’s home page.
The WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get ) type of editors gives you a view of what you will get after the scripting (sometimes) and development. Think that the browser has a good set of development tools, it will automatically becomes the best tool for web development, as it provides the live view of the site in actual environment. As of now, all major browsers include tools for developers in their browsers. For example, Chrome has special developer tools, under tools in settings menu which give you a good picture of how the page loads, and how that impacts the performance of the browser. The profiling and auditing tools let you know how you can trim the large and bulky site and optimize the web application easily.
Chrome browser’s developer tools
Opera browser’s developer tools
Firefox browser’s developer tools
Above three short previews of developer tools of three popular bowsers are included. The videos will give an overview od it’s features. Most of the developer tools are upgraded with more features with the release of regular browser updates. Which developer tool you are using to find bugs in websites? Did you know how to use the browser developer tool to optimize the site speed for better performance ?