Being a front-end developer can be tedious at times. You not only have to be meticulous with your code but have to keep up with the many new frameworks.
Here are a few tools and resources to keep track of:
Codecademy - A simple and consise tool to kickstart your understanding of several core coding frameworks.
Can I Use - Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other technologies in various browsers.
OverAPI - A reference tool/cheatsheet for pretty much all frameworks.
Sublime Text - A very sophisticated text editor for code.
Atom - An open source text editor that is simple and very user friendly.
Chrome Browser - Are a set of web authoring and debugging tools built into the Google Chrome browser.
GitHub - GitHub is collaborative and open source tool where people build and share code.
Bootstrap (UI) - Bootstrap is a mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development.
Material Design Lite (UI) - A google supported front-end template that helps you build fast, modern mobile web material design apps.
Foundation (UI) - Foundation is a family of responsive front-end frameworks that make it easy to design responsive websites, apps and emails on any device.