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stijncappaert says

Hey,

I’m quite ‘new’ to the whole webgig, and one thing in particular I’m asking myself is “What tools do I need?”. With the information overload nowadays, it’s hard to keep track of all new things ‘web’.

So a quick question: in your process of designing and developing a website, which tools do you call upon?

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FinalDestiny says

Firebug, the king. :D

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joomfx says

Firebug, the king. :D

Firebug, the king of all kings :D

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KrownThemes says

Recently i also discovered that this is an amazing tool for mobile testing:

https://developers.google.com/chrome-developer-tools/docs/remote-debugging
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