Web development on mobile devices is especially challenging. The debuggers and profilers we use on the desktop aren't available. Bookmarklets are a good alternative. They're lightweight and work on most browsers - even mobile browsers. But installing bookmarklets in mobile browsers is a pain. You could try to find all the good bookmarklets out there and install them one by one. Or...
Enter a domain or IP address and it quickly shows all other domains hosted from the same server. Useful for finding other sites on the same shared hosting server.
HTTP requests are a major performance bottleneck for web pages. The more requests you have, the longer it takes your page to load and the slower it is. Data URIs allow you to embed images (and other files) directly into HTML and CSS. Since all of the data is represented locally, there is no extra HTTP request required to access the information. Here is a drag and drop generator interface.
Meet Fractal, a web app for validating your CSS code across 24 of the most popular email clients. It's also very easy to use and understand - simply pop in your HTML email code and get Fractal to work on generating a CSS compatibility report, flagging the CSS styles are either unsupported, or partially supported therein. Fractal also backs up most flagged code with suggested fixes.
A free online diff tool that quickly and easily gives you the text differences between two blocks of text. Simply upload or paste the contents of two files.
The easiest way to share localhost web servers to the rest of the world
Gives you practical industry examples and studies, which expose the effects of performance on the bottom line. If you're not convinced that speed means money, read on. If you're convinced but your boss or client needs a proof, this gives you the tools to "sell" performance and demonstrate that speed, indeed, matters.
Reduces the size of your picture up to 90%, preserving the original quality. The software allows you to view instantly the compression results, helping you to decide how much optimization you need. Features batch processing and supports JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP and WMF. Looks as of this writing, to only be available on Windows XP - Windows Vista - Windows 7.
Its sample code creates a template of sorts, absent of design or layout, that will help you avoid some of the major rendering problems with the most common email clients out there - Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo Mail, etc. While not plug and play (you'll have to do some work), it will provide some helpful examples and snippets that will keep your email design rendering as true-to-form as possible.
Your personal server, anywhere. Take control of your data and run a website from home, from your laptop or even from a mobile phone. It's so easy you'll never want to think about routers, IP addresses or other technicalities again. Simple configuration, works with any web server (Windows, OS X, Linux), HTTP, HTTPS & SSH and more. PageKite is Open Source.