Useful Freebies for Web Designers & Developers from 2015 – Part 25

This is the latest roundup of useful freebies for Web Designers and Developers. Every month a lot of useful tools and web apps are released for designers and developers to help them with their designing issues. Each of these tools serves a unique purpose and most developers have integrated them into their workflow. The purpose of these tools is to save the time and the workflow to make much easier, plus designers and developers gets professional tools to learn and add to the projects in freely way.

In this article we have compiled a list of Best Tools for Web Designers and Developers which might be useful for their assignments and can help them to achieve the desired and eye catching results in certain period of time. Following tools are free but contain premium features and you can use them for your commercial or non commercial projects. If you are aware of any other useful tools for web designers, please let us know by shooting a comment below. Enjoy!

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1. Visual Studio Code

Visual-Studio-CodeBuild and debug modern web and cloud applications. Code is free and available on your favorite platform – Linux, Mac OSX, and Windows.

Open Source

2. jsblocks

jsblocksFrom simple user interfaces to complex single-page applications using faster, server-side rendered and easy to learn framework.

Open Source

3. Aesop Story Engine

Aesop-Story-EngineAesop Story Engine is a collection of thirteen unique components wrapped in a plugin that can be used to tell rich, interactive stories in any WordPress theme.

Open Source

4. SideComments.js

SideComments-jsSideComments.js is a UI component to give you style comment management on the front-end.

Open Source

5. jQuery Nested

jQuery-NestedNested is a jQuery plugin which allows you to create multi-column, dynamic grid layouts.

Open Source

6. xto6

xto6xto6 transpiles your ES5 code to ES6. It does exactly the opposite of what other transpilers do (like babel and traceur).

Open Source

7. Marx

MarxMarx is a CSS stylesheet to be used in any projects (namely small ones). If you don’t need the weight of heavy frameworks or you would just like to make an edible website quickly, Marx is perfect for you.

Open Source

8. webpack

webpackwebpack is a bundler for modules. The main purpose is to bundle javascript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset.

Open Source

9. First Aid git

First-Aid-git1A searchable collection of the most frequently asked Git questions.

Open Source

10. Clusterize.js

Clusterize-jsTiny vanilla JS plugin to display large data sets easily.

Open Source

11. Penguin

PenguinPenguin is a lightweight and extensible front-end framework built with Sass to kickstart any web project.

Open Source

12. Elevator.js

ElevatorjsElevator.js is a stand alone library (no jquery, or the likes) so usage is pretty straight forward. All styling of elements is up to you. Elevator.js only handles the audio management, and the scroll functionality!

Open Source

13. JSON Resume

JSON-ResumeThe open source initiative to create a JSON-based standard for resumes. For developers, by developers.

Open Source

14. wheelnav.js

wheelnav-jsAnimated javascript navigation component based on Raphaël.js (SVG/VML). It can be a pie menu (radial menu, circular menu) and many more.

Open Source

15. Electron

ElectronBuild cross platform desktop apps with web technologies.

Open Source

16. Transform

Transform Open Source

17. FlexCss

FlexCssFlexCss is a lightweight Flexbox based mobile-first CSS/Javascript pattern-library created by David Heidrich, build for

Open Source

18. .resizr

resizrTest your CSS media queries.

Open Source

19. Basscss

BasscssBasscss is a lightweight collection of base element styles, immutable utilities, layout modules, and color styles designed for speed, clarity, performance, and scalability.

Open Source

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