Top 10 Websites for Web Developers

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Today we gonna, see some top websites for web developers to increase their productivity, so without any further chit-chat, let's get started.

1: DZone

Over a million developers belong to DZone, making it a prominent programming news hub for today’s programming professionals and developers. Covering everything from agile to the cloud, DevOps, big data, integration, performance, and more, DZone is a valuable source for the latest insights from every corner of the industry.

2: CSS Tricks

As it’s seen from its title, CSS tricks are a great repository of practical tricks and tips for coders, developers, and designers. They offer tons of useful CSS lessons, code snippets you can use as, practical guides, and explanations. Most of their posts are evergreen and many are made in response to the latest trends in website building. CSS Tricks also have a videos section and in “The Lodge” for a small fee you can get access to the more in-depth studies and tutorials.

3: A List Apart

A-List Apart is a news source catering to people who make (design and build) websites. With a focus on web standards and best practices, A List Apart is a must-bookmark site for any developer who builds products for the web.

4: Github

No list of websites for developers is complete without a mention of GitHub, one of the most widely used code repositories with projects ranging the full spectrum from the open-source to private collaborations. You can host and manage your code on GitHub, make it public and available for use and comment, gather feedback from other professionals, and experiment with millions of open source projects.

5: Codepen

CodePen is an online community for testing and showcasing user-created HTML, CSS and JavaScript code snippets. It functions as an online code editor and open-source learning environment, where developers can create code snippets, called “pens,” and test them. It was founded in 2012 by full-stack developers Alex Vazquez and Tim Sabat and front-end designer Chris Coyier.

6: Code Project

This resource is famous for its articles written by developers and for developers. It seems to be more like a forum where any one of the community can ask a quick question and find the answer to it. These resources are a treasure island for developers who wish to improve their skills and find communities that share their passion.

7: Stackoverflow

It’s just like the popular Q&A site Quora, but strictly for developers, It’s a community of web developers, coders and web-design related enthusiasts who are there to help each other with issues that can happen within the process of website creation. Submit your own question or search for answers inside the community. It has a Jobs section that can help you to get work and raise some money.

8: W3 Schools

W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is the major source to look up for the most standards for the web. Its pet project W3Schools offers the best and latest resources for learning all basics for HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript, and website building.

9: Scotch.io

Courses, tutorials, forums, and more combine at Scotch.io to provide a top-notch learning community for anyone interested in mastering web development or acquiring new skills. Founded by Chris Sevilleja and Nick Cerminara, Scotch.io offers an impressive array of tutorials encompassing everything from getting started-style guides to in-depth tutorials for complex, specific development functions.

10: codrops

Codrops is a web design and development blog that publishes articles and tutorials about the latest web trends, techniques, and new possibilities. The team of Codrops is dedicated to providing useful, inspiring, and innovative content that is free of charge.

And the best one: Awwwards

Awwwards (Awwwards Online SL) is a professional web design and development competition body and having the best collections of the website over the web. It aims to recognize and promote the best of innovative web design. It is a website competition that developers can submit to. The best year-round submissions are awarded at the Awwwards conference and prize-giving ceremony, which take place in various cities across the United States and Europe.

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