Anyone still remembers Windows CHM format? It's the best format, right? I just created a CHM version of Browserling's comic. One file, all comics, plus a search index.

Download here:

Download: browserling-comic.chm

Don't like CHM? Here's PDF:

Don't like PDF? Here's a single file HTML:

Until next time!

I just hacked together a new design for Browserling's web developer tools. Check it out!

Tools are split into 12 categories: web tools, conversion tools, encryption tools, hash tools, password tools, text tools, randomization tools, image tools, time and date tools, math tools, other tools, all tools.

I created these tools because all existing online tools were filled with ads, popups, malware and other garbage and idiotic configuration options that no one needs. Browserling tools contain no ads, no garbage and no useless configuration options. All tools have the same interface with just one button. Press button, get result.

Next up: uuencode, uudecode, generate random ipv6 addresses, jade-to-html, html-to-jade, base64 encode a file (not just a string), image-resize, image-crop, xor encrypt, bmp-to-gif, jpg-to-gif, png-to-gif, idn/punycode encode/decode, stand alone tools, embeddable widgets.

Until next time!

Release early, release often, iterate quickly. I've now added more than 100 programmer tools (last time I stopped at 80 tools). No ads or other crap. Just tools. Press button, get result.

Latest additions:

Coming soon: image-resize, image-crop, jade-to-html, html-to-jade, and new design. Until next time!

August was another fantastic month for Browserling. Another traffic record and another record number of new customers.

August 2016 was another new visitor and customer high for Browserling. (Excludes webcomic traffic.)

I'm hungry for more. Until next time!