All you need is a text editor and a browser. You don’t need a server unless you are using a programming language like PHP, NodeJS, etc. You dont even need internet connection to just open an HTMl file with some CSS in it. You can even link your css in your html and create two separate files.
- A web browser. You get one with your OS. I don’t really like Edge, so I use Chrome, like most developers, as it has very good developer tools.
- A text editor. Yes, you can use Notepad, but there isn’t a single professional programmer who uses Notepad to code.
- Build projects.
- Improve projects.
- Complete code challenges.
- Join to open source project or start the collaboration with other developers.
- Join the community.
- Write a blog.
- +3. You can just use a compiler like netbeans to write the code, save it as am html file and open it from your browser to see the results. …
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- Simple. …
- Fire fox you do to the three lines and go to the dev part.
- Sublime Text 3. Learn more. on Sublime HQ.
- Visual Studio Code 1.30. Learn more. on Microsoft.
- Brackets 1.13. Learn more. on Adobe Systems.
- Atom 1.33. Learn more. on GitHub.
- Komodo Edit 11.1. Learn more. on ActiveState.
- Notepad++ 7.6. Learn more. …
- BBEdit 12. Learn more. …
- TextMate 2.0-rc10. Learn more.
- Click on the three-vertical-dot icon in the upper right of Google Chrome.
- Select More Tools .
- Select Developer Tools .
- The tools will usually be docked on the right or bottom of your screen. …
- Now type “gobbledygook” in the Console and press Enter :