I decided to create a collection of tools that web developers and programmers often use. I found that I was often googling for things like "json beautifier" or "url escaper" and I'd often end up on random websites with ads and garbage tools that don't work or have tons of options that no one needs.

So I created my own tools. No ads, no garbage, just plain tools all in one place. Press button, get result. Here they are:

Browserling's Web Developer Tools (https://www.browserling.com/tools)

Right now I've added 18 tools that I often use, and I'll be adding more tools every week. Soon this will be the largest collection of online programmer tools.

Next few tools that I'm adding are HTML minifier, HTML beautifier, and Base64 encoder and Base64 decoder.

Update: Just added base64 encoder and base64 decoder:

  • Base64 Encode - Convert ascii/unicode/utf8/utf16/utf32 strings to base64 strings.
  • Base64 Decode - Convert base64 strings back to original strings.

Another Update: Just added HTML prettifier and HTML minifier:

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

Any comments, questions, concerns or suggestions? Leave a comment below!

This blog post is a repost of Announcing Browserling's Web Developer Tools on Browserling's Cross-browser Testing Blog.


OKCarl Permalink
December 24, 2015, 14:00

Few months ago Calibre became capable of converting doc.x files to epubs with text flowing around tables. This is a giant step forward for aspiring textbook writers. What we need next, the ability to embed Mathematica demonstrations into doc.x files and keep them functioning in epubs. See here:

December 24, 2015, 14:18

Awesome! Would you be willing to do a punycode encoder too? Or host one if I provided it?

December 24, 2015, 18:32

Yes, why not! Do you've it on npm or github?

May 27, 2016, 08:57

You may also want to bookmark http://base64-encode-decode.de/ for easy base64 decoding and encoding.

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