It is the number 1 choice for lots of people. It’s an easily customizable text editor that comes with multiple features right out of the box. Atom includes embedded package manager, smart auto-completion, file system browser, cross-platform support, and some other useful functions.
It is backed by Microsoft and complete with the ultimate support for TypeScript right out of the box. It offers smart completions and syntax highlighting with IntelliSense, debugging right from the editor, built-in Git commands, version control, and so on. Moreover, the functionality of VS Code can be enriched with a wide range of extensions.
It is a Node.js end-to-end test framework for AngularJS and Angular applications. Built on the top of WebDriverJS, it tests your apps like end users would, using browser-specific drivers and native events.
It can be used as a stand-alone web app for debugging code in other browsers and in Node.js. Firefox offers local and remote functionality, as well as the ability to debug code running on an Android device with Firefox for Android.
Is an open-source dependency checker. It includes various components, like a command-line scanner, Grunt plugin, Firefox and Chrome extensions, Burp and OWASP ZAP plugins. Retirejs collects the vulnerability information from the NIST NVD and other sources, like bug-tracking systems, blogs, and mailing lists.
Is the new kid on the block, though it has already stolen the scene thanks to its promoters: Google, Facebook, Tilde, and Exponent. It’s gained a reputation of a smart improvement, as compared with npm. The main focus in brought on security, speed and consistency. This tool enables code sharing via packages or modules, together with a file that describes the package.
Takes the best practices from Browserify, Component, and Go turning front-end development into a fast and easy process. The main idea behind Duo is to simplify writing of modular components and making large web apps’ building painless and fast.