In the last couple of months I've added 25 more programmer tools. Now there are more than 150 tools total (up from 100 tools). This is now surely one of the biggest collection of tools. All tools work on the client side and use modern browser features, such as ArrayBuffers. These tools are just static html+javascript pages and everything is computed in your browser. I don't have to worry about scaling this as there's no server component and I don't have to worry about security as nothing executes on Browserling's web servers. Following my blog's mantra, good coders code, great coders reuse, I reused as much code as possible and most of the tools are wrappers around existing javascript libraries.

Why did I create these tools? Because I got tired of online tools with popups, ads and stupid configuration options, so I made tools with no ads, no popups, and no other crap. Each tool does one thing and one thing only. Press button, get result.

Here's the list of new tools:

Coming up: Improved user interface and design, html widgets so you can embed tools on your site, file upload support for more tools, and new tools.

Until next time!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from me and all the browsers!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2017!

Happy holidays and see you in 2017!

This blog post is a repost of Happy Holidays on Browserling's cross-browser testing blog.

Update 1/4/17: Guys, don't drink with the browsers. Worst experience ever. This is what happened on New Year's Eve.

Don't party with the browsers!
Source: After New Year's Party (

Have a great 2017 and until next time!

Supervirality achieved! Four of Browserling's geek comics went viral last week generating more than 1 million views.

Semicolon first place, Parenthesis second place, Curly brace third place
Programming Hide and Seek Competition Joke

Why do Java developers wear glasses? Because they don't C#.
Java Programming Joke

#titanic { float: none }
Titanic CSS Pun

How do you generate a random string? You put a web developer in front of VI text editor and tell him to save and exit.
VIM Programming Joke

Until next time.

I spent a year optimizing for a highly competitive keyword for Browserling. Yesterday Google decided that I was 1st results page worthy for that keyword. This is the result. A huge jump from 1200 impressions per day to 4000 impressions:

SEO in action (screenshot from Google webmaster tools.)

I keep optimizing keywords all the time. Here's another example. This keyword was on 3rd results page and position 22 and was getting just 10 impressions per day. After optimizing it for a few months it jumped to position 8 and then position 7. Impressions increased to 400 per day:

More SEO in action. Impressions in red. Position in green.

Update 2017-08-01: More impressive stuff. From 93 page views per week to 18,032.

19,000% jump.

Until next time.

November was another great month for my company. I keep a strong focus on Browserling's growth. This is the result:

Growth is good. (Excludes webcomic traffic.)

Until next time.