An incredible tool that enables easier detection of content-based breakpoints for media queries in regards to responsively designed fluid-width websites. It allows increment 'stepping' of the viewport width to discover when your website's content layout is failing, and can also animate between a minimum and maximum width to help visualize your design in real time. This allows you to discard outdated device sizes as your breakpoints for your media queries, and use the content itself as a guide, fulfilling a richer, better experience.
A simple game that lets you flag mines, show empty squares, keeps score and even cheat, if you're so inclined. In addition, you can save and load your game later. Uses CSS3 to create a thoughtful in-game experience.
A small, simple app meant to ease the creation of random (and pseudo-random) passwords and strings. The app will create strings with pattern recognition allowing for literal characters to be inserted into patterns. It's also possible to specify the types of characters allowed, including lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numbers and symbols. Taking advantage of full random mode gives the option to set the minimum and maximum number of characters allowed.
A fun web app that uses an HTLM5 Canvas element to create an 'image' of a textual logo or saying. Customize the text displayed and font-face by choosing from the hundreds of fonts in Google's Web Font Library. Fontbeast also allows for custom text color and size, stroke color and size, as well as background color. When your options are ready to go, the web app generates the canvas element as a preview, and then shares the code to create the same canvas yourself on your own website.