10 Dev tools Every Developer needs to know

Welcome to my exciting new series ,  in this series, I will be introducing a wide range of developer tools every single week. 

Let's kick off week one with an extraordinary topic that will undoubtedly pique your interest. Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to not just one or two, but a whopping ten exceptional Dev tools that every developer should be familiar with.  

1. Typo

An intelligent Engineering Management platform that integrates with your tech tool stack & provides real-time visibility, insights & tools 📈 modern software teams need to maximize engineering efficiency.

2. Wasp

Wasp is a full-stack web framework for React & Node.js (with unique twist that it uses a special config language, giving it superpowers). Wasp solve the common problems you face when you start developing a web app - choosing all the parts of the stack, figuring out how to stitch them together in the best way, adding auth, and running cron jobs.

Wasp also makes it super easy to work with and sync data models across the entire stack (front-end, back-end, database). You don't even have to define and deal with any kind of CRUD API - Wasp will do that for you under the hood.

Buildless caches compiled code and makes it available over the internet to exponentially accelerate developer velocity

4. Lightyear

Lightyear helps developers write powerful integrations in a few lines of code. Focus on solving your core problems. With built-in authentications and serverless infrastructure, Lightyear takes the complexity out of API automation.

5. Webhooks Wizard 

Webhooks Wizard helps you manage your webhooks through the entire lifecycle, from delivering, monitoring, disaster recovery and support.

6. Codeguide

Codeguide is an open-source tool for creating and viewing code guides. For onboarding, explaining the context of a code review, and more.

StreamDocs Online will simplify your web app development process with secure cloud-based access to our PDF API. Generate a few lines of code that will seamlessly integrate our PDF viewer into your projects. Gain fast, high-fidelity rendering, PDF customization, analytics and more.

8. Feedbug 

Feedbug is visual feedback tool that helps builders gather more feedback from their MVP users. Feedback is provided through sticky notes on the screen - reducing friction for users. Builders can sort the feedback visually to prioritize the requests that matter.

9. Airbox 

Airbox is a platform for developers. Tools and utilities for the developers programming needs all in one place.

10. CronTool

CronTool is a free tool to debug, edit, learn and view crontab/cron expressions. Write cron schedules with ease - no registration required.  


By introducing you to these tools, my aim is to equip you with the knowledge and resources to excel in the ever-evolving world of technology. As we progress through this series, we will continue to uncover more exciting developer tools, unravel their functionalities, and understand how they can empower you as a developer


Elliot is a student of the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), a frontend web developer and owner of anythingprogramming. Elliot is a tech-inclined person who loves to share his knowledge with others and also learn from others as well. He loves to write and so anythingprogramming came to life.


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