Top 9 Open Source Tools for Web Developers
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At a time when websites are getting more complex, we need more sophisticated and advanced Web development tools. There are plenty of tools available and new ones are constantly being introduced. It’s up to you to choose the best options to meet your requirements.
This article lists 9 open-source Web development tools that I feel every Web developer should be aware of.
GitLab is an open-source, web-based Git repository manager. It provides features like code reviews, access controls, issue tracking, activity feeds, and wikis. GitLab has continuous integration and deployment built in, to help you test, build and deploy code. GitLab was originally developed by GitLab Inc. It was written by Dmitry Zaporozhets and Valery Sizov.
3.Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets (Sass)
Sass is a CSS pre-processor that helps in writing reusable, extensible, and maintainable code. Sass contains features that include variables, mixins, and the nesting of selectors, functions, and expressions. Using Sass, we can make large and complex style sheets easier to understand and maintain. It is an open-source style sheet language designed by Hampton Catlin.
Bower is an open-source package manager for Web applications. We need to install a lot of packages while building a website, which Bower helps in automatically fetching and installing. The main objective of Bower is not to minimise code, but to install the right version of the packages and their dependencies required for a project.
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