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Web development tools

Today, there is no secret that web development has become quite a lucrative thing to do for technology experts and followers. Their task becomes quicker and easier with the proliferation of various web development tools.


Google Chrome is the new kid on the block, in regard to the other heavy hitters on the market, but it is a rich one. It's backed up by one of the huge corporations on the planet and it became an essential player in a very short time.

Chrome is based on the Webkit layout engine and uses the V8 JavaScipt engine. The software is free, but the source code is subject to the number of open - source licenses. Google spent money on the Chrome browser development, imposing a development cycle that is almost unparalleled.

Internet explorer

If you have ever used a computer, then you might be familiar with internet explorer. Until fairly recently, it was the only Internet platform that most of us used. It was and still is a true innovation of its time. The most recent versions of this time honored platforms are evolving and it seems to be getting bigger with age.


A web browser developed by Apple based on the Weskit engine. It was first launched in 2003 with Mac OS X panther, a mobile version which incorporates an iOS device since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007. It is a default browser on Apple devices. From 2007 to 2012, the window version was available although now discontinued.


A free and open source web browser developed by the Mozilla foundation and it is a subsidiary. The browser is available for macOS and Windows and Linux Operating systems, with its Android and Firefox available for Android, where all of these versions use a layout engine called Gecko to render web pages.