Everybody loves a good ‘Top X of Y’ post. This one lists my favourite Chrome web development extensions.
Simply styles JSON output into a nicely readable and collapsible view.
Grade you’re pages against performance best practices. Suggestions are offered to help you speed up for site as well as a break down of components and a bunch of stats. Warning: it can become very easy to get hooked chasing an grade A.
Captures visible area only, whole page or a selected area.
Adds a drop down list of browsers/devices. Allows you to view UA specific versions of sites e.g. view mobile version by spoofing an iPhone 4.
This one tries to detect what CMS and libraries make up a site. Icons are added into the address bar.
This one is great for debugging Umbraco sites. At the click of a button it will add ?umbDebugShowTrace=true to the URL and display the trace to the button. It also offers a quick link to login to the back end.
Pretty standard. You know the score with this one.
Chrome Web Store has it’s own section for dev tools if you’re interested in finding more.
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