If you’re a developer, you probably already have a list of Chrome extensions that you use on a regular basis. Extensions that make life easier, increase productivity, or perform a critical activity more efficiently than a dedicated tool.
I made a list of some of the Chrome extensions I use to increase my productivity when developing a project
ColorZilla is a Google Chrome and Mozilla extension that assists web developers and graphic designers with color-related and other tasks. ColorZilla allows getting a color reading from any point in the browser, quickly adjusting this color and pasting it into another program, such as Photoshop
WhatFont is a very useful Chrome extension for developers who need to identify fonts used on web pages. It’s fast, effective and identifies individual fonts within a page in seconds. It also identifies the family, size, weight and colour. All within a small popup window in the browser.
is another simple but very effective Chrome extension for web developers. As its name implies, this addon shows you the CSS properties of a given page wherever you hover your mouse. A small popup window appears showing you the CSS data that makes up the element you’re pointing at.
Live Server Web extension
Live Server – Web Extension is a browser extension that helps you to live reload features for dynamic content (PHP, Node.js, ASPNET — Whatever, it doesn’t matter).
Extensions are small software programs that customize the browsing experience. All these extensions is very useful as they give you the features it offers to improve your productivity
Do you have any Chrome developer extensions to recommend? Use any of the above and want to share your opinion? Tell us about it below if you do!