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This month's most useful tool for developers < March 2019

This month's most useful tool for developers < March 2019

This month's most useful tool for developers < March 2019

Some are about new thinking or new techniques, some are about legacy technology and some are just useful resources for different languages or platforms. Some are just lolz. The brief is simple - if we think they’re useful, you might too.


Ikea made a flat bunny for easter!

Ikea Bunny

N'awww, cute.

Need to animate SVG with ease?

We love SVGator.

Casper's new glow light delivers a beautiful user experience



Oooo. Aaaa. Read more here.

Scaling your Redux App with ducks


Introducing BuilderX

Need an awesome tool to automate the build of your app in Reactive Native? Voila.

Language sensitive number formatting?

JavaScript Demo

Made easy.

Jibo is saying goodbye, with a dance


We love this

An awesome online comic: Grim C++ Tales from the Crypt.

Interested in Augmented Reality?

This tool helps you create interactive augmented reality experiences with or without code, then share what you build.

Struggling to get through the week?



Maybe Gordon can help.

Challenges with creating your acceptance criteria?

This great blog introduces the concept of Example Mapping.

CSS Selectors cheat sheet?

Look no further.

The end of your debit card pin number?

Perhaps! Read how NatWest are trialling fingerprint tech on their new debit cards.

Longing for 2001?


Well, now you can return, with this Windows XP desktop recreation built in React.

We love this podcast!

Hear about the story of a special individual who wanted to change the world using the internet - by committing crimes on an unprecedented global scale.

Discover forgotten trends in web design

With the web design museum!

Want to know which is the most populous city in the world?

Well, now you can and in real-time.

Every second

every second

Watch amazing visualisations of things that happen all around the world, every day, every second.

20 wise thoughts on usability...

From infamous Steve Krug.

The Google graveyard is pretty deep!

Look at Killed By Google to read the tombstones.


I hope they remember you


Thanos JS reduces the file size of your project down to 50%... by randomly deleting half of your files. We love Reddit 


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