IE11 Dev tools
Microsoft has released its IE11 developer preview for Windows 7 with
"completely revised F12 developer tools" and promising better standards
The new F12 tools enable developers to quickly inspect, change and visualize
content, visualize performance, analyze memory consumption, emulate page
and app behavior across multiple devices, and so on.
It has a live DOM explorer and CSS inspection tools that update with your
page so you can iteratively explore how dynamic content is affecting layout
Firefox OS is a new mobile operating system developed by Mozilla. It lets
open web application APIs
Firefox OS smartphones are the first devices powered completely by Web
Firefox OS is built on an open platform, It uses a Linux kernel and boots
into a Gecko-based runtime engine
Web based editor for creating 3D shapes in css.This was develop by Julian
It's possible to create extremely sophisticated 3D objects using HTML and
the code can be edited within Tridiv itself.
Trivdiv is free to use and you can visit at tridiv.com
TypeWonder enables you to try out web fonts on any live site. It is a
useful tool if you want to quickly see what a live site would look like
in a different font. Just enter the URL of the target site, then select
the font you want to use from the searchable list that pops up.
There's a button that gives you the embed code when you find a font
you like. It's especially useful if you want to preview lots of fonts in
quick succession, as you can switch from one to the next with just a
couple of clicks.
Google is calling the next version of its mobile operating system Android
Google’s previous Android release where named after a type of treat.
Previous versions have been called Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo (short for
frozen yoghurt), Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly
Bean. But the names of all these treats were all generic, with KitKat marking
the first time a specific brand name was invoked.