Fontastic is another solid option for that which enables us to choose items from multiple icon sets. The chosen items are combined into a single font with a click where this approach helps minimizing the font size as we only choose the icons needed.
Progression.js is a jQuery plugin that shows tips about an active form field and also displays the progress (how much of the form is filled).
Web users are experienced in filling standard forms like contact or comment forms. For non-standard forms, it is always a good idea to inform users about the data expected.
Cardinal is a small and mobile-first CSS framework that positions itself as a starter-kit, provides the basics and lets the users customize/develop the rest.
KineticWing is a free IDE that is lightweight, portable and works on all major operating systems (Mac support is mentioned to be coming soon). It is not a complicated IDE but more like a smart text editor with modern features.
The library focuses on customization and provides lots of options for changing the design, labels and almost any other stuff.
Google Chrome’s “Developer Tools” is what many developers use to debug client-side code. Chrome Logger is an extension that brings server-side code debugging to this tool. It has libraries for PHP, Python, Ruby, .NET, ColdFusion and Node.js. Also, new ones can be created with the documentation provided.
These libraries simply enable us to view variables in Developer Tools.
Although each server-side language has their stronger debugger tools, using the same logging tool for client and server-side makes sense.