Below I’ve listed some of the Chrome Extensions that I use on a regular basis. I find that a number of these Chrome Extensions for Developers like us, can help maximise the time we have available to us – either by identifying things quickly or helping us to spot where an app needs some attention. If you find this post useful let me know.
One of the Chrome Extensions I happen to use a lot. It’s a colour tool that enable you to pick colors, and palettes, all in from the comfy surroundings of your browser.
Go get it.
Clearing Cookies can be a pain sometimes – ease that pain with this Chrome extension. Its an easy-to-use Cookie Editor that helps you manage all cookies stored in your browser. Simples.
Sometimes a guy needs to bulk download lots of images from a website – when I need to do that I use this Chrome Extension. Pop in the URL load up the images, select the ones you want and download. Easy.
You have a nice Article or report to write and would like to snappy images of code to help jazz things up? Well, Marmoset offers you what you need. This unique app outputs awesome snapshots for demos and mock ups. There are some cool themes and effects for you to play around with as well.
Chrome MySQL Admin
For MySQL users, this Chrome extension provides you with a MySQL client that has everything you need to manage your MySQL databases and tables. Manage all your tables and SQL information from this lovely looking interface.
If you need to turn your designs into HTML, the Imagetool chrome extension is for you. This Chrome app lets you read and understand design specs in a quick and easy manner.
Check My Links
A nice SEO related extension, Check My Links crawls any webpage and highlights broken links for you.
Inspired by a design you’ve seen? WhatFont enables you to have a swift way to get Font information from a page by just hovering over that element. Supports Typekit and Google Font API.