15 Tools helpful for every game and App developers

Do you work as a programmer or are you perhaps studying and looking for applications and platforms to help you with your projects? That’s why we bring this varied list of 15 top developer tools, from development to gaming engines. Explore the alternatives and find out how each tool can help you!

1. GitHub

GitHub is one of the most popular developer tools. Big companies like IBM, Spotify, Paypal, and even Facebook use features of GitHub. It serves as a network where developers of the same team can collaborate and develop their projects. GitHub makes it easy to manage projects and separate development lines. This makes it possible to make corrections and changes to the code without affecting the original product immediately. Are you interested? Access the official website of the platform!

2. Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a very popular Integrated Development Environment (IDE ). It incorporates in a single platform the development in diverse languages of programming, script, databases and even of marking like C ++, Java, Python, CSS, Markdown, HTML, SQL, etc. Otherwise, VS Code can also be customized with several extensions. Access the official website!

3. Udacity

Udacity is an application for developers and people interested in learning and mastering skills related to the area. It provides different courses such as advanced math, programming and more. Users can learn how to develop HTML 5 games, create blogs, and more. Their videotapes last an average of 1 minute and challenge their students to solve problems. Visit the official website now!

4. Eclipse

When it comes to Java, Eclipse is one of the best tools for developers. It allows the creation of development projects and even open source. In addition, the platform has a community that helps to increase it with different plugins for different functions. These can be found in the Marketplace. Are you interested? Access the site and download it now!

5. Sublime Text

Sublime Text is a text editing platform that natively supports several programming languages. It can help you make syntax corrections and even optimize the formatting of your code. It is not an IDE so you will not be able to compile any written code unless your users download plugins that enable this type of feature. Visit the official website and find out more!

6. QuickEdit

QuickEdit is a text editor that supports the syntax of more than 40 programming languages. It is one of the best apps for developers available on Android. With it, it’s easy to make changes and corrections to codes up to 10,000 lines directly from your phone. QuickEdit can also be used to format and indent code snippets, or even view HTML, CSS, and Markdown files. Cool, is not it? Download it for free for Android!

7. Lottie

Lottie is a  library created for Android, iOS and React Native developed by Airbnb. It facilitates the rendering of effects and animations, supporting the use of different animated elements and formats. All animations can be configured and also programmed to respond to user interactions. It is simple but very powerful. Visit the official website to download it!

9. MySQL

MySQL is one of the most popular and powerful database platforms currently being used by giants like Facebook, Google, YouTube and more. It offers different types of editions with specific features and can be used by both independent developers and large companies. In addition, MySQL has extensive documentation, making it easy to use and manage your banks for any user. Access the official website!

10. Slack

Slack is one of the best virtual communication platforms for teams and companies. It features file sharing, audio and video calls, and more. In it, you can set up both group chat rooms and contact other users on the same team individually. Slack can be incorporated into your project to facilitate development tracking. Go to the site and start using it!

11. Zapier

Zapier is an automation platform that allows the integration of various applications on the web and data sharing between them. With it, you can receive an email in Gmail, automatically copy your attachments in Dropbox and be alerted in Slack, for example. Interesting, do not you think? The platform is capable of integrating more than 1000 applications. Explore more on your official website!

12. Trello

Trello is an excellent platform for project management and is also one of the best tools for developers. With it, you can implement agile development cycles and directly track the performance of team members. The tasks can be distributed among users of the platform, also facilitating the monitoring of the development schedule. Access the site through the link!

13. Stack Overflow

As one of the largest online developer communities in the world, Stack Overflow can be considered one of the best tools for developers. It serves as a large database of information, sample codes and even search for help and collaboration in projects. Participating actively in Stack Overflow is part of the routine of many, if you did not know the platform, access through the link !

14. Unity

Unity is one of the best and most powerful gaming development platforms. It allows development in different programming and scripting languages, for both 3D and 2D games. In addition, the developer community that uses the platform is a great source of examples, guides, and information. It can also be used for playing animations. Access the official website through the link!

15. Construct 2

Construct 2 is one of the best tools for game developers. It is based on HTML 5 and allows the creation of several different types of games, mainly in 2D. Its biggest difference is that it is not necessary to know how to program to start developing. Construct 2 offers an intuitive system of objects that allows any user to start making their own games. In addition, the company itself offers guides as well as a friendly community and willing to help. Cool, is not it? Visit the site and learn more!

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