Top tools and tips for developers - #010

Productivity tools and tips for developers. This edition covers a productivity tip for developers, a tool for efficient workflow, a chrome extension for project management, and a website for tools for front end web developers.

Top tools and tips for developers - #010

🤔Are you having difficulty achieving your life goals?

Are you having trouble completing the tasks on your to-do list?

Overwhelmed by the options for managing your to-do lists?

If the answer is yes to all(or any) of the questions above, then you are at the right place, where I share tips and tools 🔨 to maximize your productivity 🔥


Table of contents :

  • A productivity tip for all developers
  • A productivity tool - Centered
  • A Chrome extension for Project Management - ClickUp
  • A Directory of tools for Front End Web Developers - devtooly

1. Productivity tip for developers

When you have a lot to do and only a limited amount of time , use the Pareto principle.

Concentrate on the 20% of the most important tasks 📝 that produce 80% of the results. Instead of planning and analyzing how to begin your new project, for example, take action and complete the task 80% of the time, then plan your next steps with the remaining time.

2. A Productivity App you can't miss - Centered

  • It helps you build better habits
  • Even listen to music 🎵 while working
  • Schedule your time
  • Schedule deep work right in your calendar
  • Silences notifications to help you focus
  • You can integrate it with other apps like Slack, Calendar, Todoist, etc.
Image Credits - Centered 

3. A Chrome Extension for Project Management - ClickUp

  • Although ClickUp is primarily marketed as a project management tool, it can also be used to effectively manage your time as a solo developer.
  • You can add tasks to your task list, take notes📝, chat with your team, and organize your tasks by progress, among other things.
Image Credits - ClickUp

4. A Directory of Tools for Front End Web Developers - devtooly

It is a website with an array of tools for front end web developers which are organized by category.

Image Credits - devtooly

For more

  • Join Invide's remote developers' community on new discord server where I post developer productivity tips and tools every day.
  • Try our free, privacy-focused, minimalist, note-taking app with markdown support - Developer Diary.

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