Linux it does not have many applications that help a lot when it comes to developing web pages, and by that I mean applications that provide tools that help in saving time when writing code, as almost all of them there are usually only offer options for debugging and writing code, rather than providing an environment WYSIWYG.
Fortunately there WDT (Web Developer Tools), A powerful application that allows us to quickly and easily generate styles and buttons in CSS3, charts using the Google API, review Gmail mail, translate text with Google translate, make vector drawings, backups of databases data and a larguisimo (really larguisimo) etc.
Other tools included in WDT (Web Developer Tools) are:
- Task Manager
- css Minifier
- Css Type September Generator
- Css Button Generator
- Cool Button Generator
- RGB / HEX Color chart
- VTE Terminal
- WYSIWYG HTML 5 Editor
- Website Analyzer (YSlow + PageSpeed)
- 3 x online W3C validators
- Customizable menu for other apps
To install WDT on Ubuntu you must first add the PPA repository and then install the applications by running the following command on the terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:petrakis/wdt-main sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y wdt