I just added a bunch more tools to Browserling's Developer Tools. There are now more than 80 tools.

I found that I was often googling for things like "json compress" or "url decode online" and I'd often end up on random garbage websites with ads and tools that don't work and that have tons of options that no one needs.

So I created my own tools and launched Browserling's Developer Tools. No ads, no garbage, no bloated dialogs, no useless check boxes. Just plain text tools all in one place with the same interface. Press button, get result.

See Announcing programmer tools and I've added another 13 web developer tools blog posts for a more detailed introduction.

Here are the latest tools I've added:

Here's what's coming next:

  • New design.
  • File uploading.
  • Image tools: png-to-jpg, jpg-to-png, image-resize, image-crop.

Follow me and @browserling for updates and until next time!


Peter Permalink
August 11, 2016, 13:27

Thanks for this list

August 16, 2016, 01:51

When I convert 1234567890 seconds to human time, it gives me 5 years (and more), but when I convert 1234567890 Unix time to UTC time, it gives me year 2009 (and more). Is that correct?

August 17, 2016, 04:11

Human time is just "seconds" to "years-months-days-hours-minutes-seconds". It's not a Unix timestamp but rather just seconds. For example, "173" is "2 minutes 53 seconds".

Unix-to-UTC is Unix timestamp to UTC.

And UTC-to-Unix is the reverse.

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