Best websites for programmers

A list of websites every programmer needs on his or her tool belt.

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The Wayback Machine is a tool by The Internet Archive that allows one to access the history of almost any website, even if it has been taken down. It has been archiving pages since 1996.
40,000 HackerNews book recommendations identified using NLP and deep learning. Small website that used deep learning to track down mentions of books on HackerNews and add a good UX on top of that.
The One Page Love v3 redesign is here! Highlights include a new fixed header with suggestive search. Archives now feature long-scrolling website screenshots (via new CDN) with infinite scroll functionality. Not to mention a new color scheme, logo & typeface!
Publish a website without knowing how to code. Framer is a widely used designing tool that can now be used to publish a website right away instead of handing the design files to a developer.
Thousands of free illustrations that you can adapt to your color palette.
Remove.bg removes the background of any photo 100% automatically: You don't have to manually select the background/foreground layers to separate them - just select your image and instantly download the result image with the background removed!
Fig makes engineers more productive in the terminal. ⠀ Our first product adds visual completions for hundreds of public CLI tools like cd, git, npm/yarn, docker, and aws. ⠀ Want private autocomplete? Create your own completions and share them with your team!
Shottr is a small, fast, human-sized screenshot app built for those who care about pixels. It was crafted with Swift, optimized for M1, and is completely free at the moment.
We’ve trained a neural network called DALL·E that creates images from text captions for a wide range of concepts expressible in natural language.
Third most popular repo on GitHub with 234k stars. Free ebooks in many languages, covering a lot of subjects related to programming.
Bike is a fast and fluid outliner for macOS. Your thoughts and ideas flow smoothly across the screen. Bike also works well with big files, uses open file formats, and is scriptable. Try it, Bike is different.
You work really hard to get people to your website. And they have so many things they want to ask! hagrid is a no-code widget, where visitors ask questions and you respond; a user generated FAQ that adds trust and lets you connect with your audience.
A growing collection of open-source illustrations for your page-not-found message. Choose a scene to inform the user of the error occurred with futuristic elements and cute characters. All scenes are compatible with Sketch and Figma.
Take your social media game to the next level with Canva's new Content Planner. Plan, design and schedule eye-catching social media posts in one place, directly from the Canva editor.
When building products on the web, mobile or desktop, you often needs favicons (logos of websites). Icon Horse was born from that need – one simple URL for any given website you can embed in your app. And if it can't find an icon, it serves a fallback!
WhatRuns is a free technology lookup tool for developers, designers and salespeople to discover the technologies used on any website. Also available as a free plugin for browsers.
Hello Hunters 👋 This tool is designed as a cheatsheet that will explain commonly used regular expressions in way you actually learn it ❤ - for the haters out there 😉
Meta Tags is a tool to debug and generate meta tag code for any website. With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more!
Regular expression tester with syntax highlighting, explanation, cheat sheet for PHP/PCRE, Python, GO, JavaScript, Java, C#/.NET.
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