9 Fantastic websites every developer must know
I’ve been such a fan of websites that helps to reduce our work so much easier. Even for developers, websites can be life savers. They can make developers more productive and organized so that their life can be so easy.
Here are the top listed websites that I want to talk about in this article and which can make your life much easier.
It has cheat sheets for the majority of the programming languages that we use extensively for developing our applications.
Website Link: https://overapi.com/
This website will help you to create and share beautiful images of your source code. Very helpful and useful for various developers like me. Now, you can share your source code as images on Insta, Twitter, and LinkedIn very easily.
Website Link: https://carbon.now.sh/
From JSON Validator to Twitter Header Generator, this website has it all. Just go to this website to be amazed. They also have a chrome extension and I am using this extension.
Website Link: https://codebeautify.org/
This website lets you create AI-based videos in over 50+ languages by just uploading a script or writing your speech.
Website Link: https://www.synthesia.io/
This website has some of the best professional templates for resumes that you can find on the internet. You can also share your resume with your friends, sister, and others as well.
Website Link: https://resume.io/
An open-source website that lets you preview all target screens in a single window side-by-side. It also brings down your development time.
Website Link: https://responsively.app/
Medusa is an open-source headless commerce engine that enables developers to create amazing digital commerce experiences.
Website Link: https://medusajs.com/
A website containing the roadmaps for learning a programming language or a framework that helps beginners choose their learning path.
Website Link: https://roadmap.sh/
Another utility website to beautify your tweets that can be shared on multiple platforms such as Instagram or LinkedIn.
Website Link: https://poet.so/
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