In one of my usual online searches for the latest trends in web tools, I stumbled upon the most recent browser market share statistics and noticed that Google Chrome is still, by far, the most popular web browser out there, with over 50% of market share as of January 2017 (according to statistics available on StatCounter).
As web developers, we spend huge chunks of our time using our best friend, the browser. If Google Chrome is your “pet” of choice, it pays to explore what extensions are available to make web development tasks less of a chore.
Built-in developer tools provided by Google are already strong enough for us developers to do our job. However, with access to thousands of applications and extensions on the Chrome web store, we can add new features and personalize our browsing experience to make our lives as developers a little easier.
Here’s a list of Chrome extensions I found to be very useful:
#1 — Web Developer
A little toolbar with a lot of different available tools. From CSS utilities to cookie editions, forms and validations, this plugin has thousands of downloads and has already showed its value for the Chrome community. If you are a web developer, this is one of the best tools for you to add to your working environment, since it provides a great diversity of services.
Link: Download Web Developer