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Often I have been contracted out to various companies where I have been given some really basic development tools, this is due to the companies IT policies locking down what applications can be installed. This seemed to be a common trend across contract developers field; so, we decided to build a few online tools that are kept in one place that’ll help us out. We intend on building more to help our community of developers.

The JavaScript Minify or Prettify Tool

Our Minify JS Tool is a multi faceted minifier, javascript beautifier and can be used as an editor. This tool is color coded for your ease of use and includes a code validator checking feature. There’s nothing better than working with code that has been run through a JS beautify.

Features

  • JS Minify
  • JS Beautifier
  • Color Formatting
  • Syntax Highlighting
  • Code Validator
  • Collapsible Code Blocks
JavaScript Minify and Prettify Formatter

The HTML Formatter

Our free HTML Formatter is a multiple tool that allows you to format and color code your HTML, it also has other features which as a developer you will find useful. We integrated a syntax highlighting feature, allowing you to validate the code on the cuff; which pretty much turns this into an HTML Beautifier Editor.

Features

  • HTML Beautifier
  • Color Formatting
  • Syntax Highlighting
  • HTML Validator
  • Collapsible Code Blocks
HTML Formatter and Beaufifier

CSS Beautifier and also Minify CSS feature

Our CSS Formatter tool is so handy, allowing you to minify and prettify your code, it also comes fully color coded – making it easier to view or edit your CSS. Like our other tools, there is a CSS Validator included. All in all this can be a great assistant in your development of CSS.

Features

  • Minify CSS
  • CSS Beautifier
  • Color Formatting
  • Syntax Highlighting
  • Code Validator
  • Collapsible Code Blocks
CSS Formatter and Minify

Have you created a developers tool?


If you have created a developer’s tool that you feel other developers will benefit from, why not share it on Script Asylum, allowing our community to start benefitting from it. Obviously you will be recognised for your development skills.

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