Every day I find new references in various categories and this makes me confused to decide which and when to use
I will now prepare this article to choose the reference most relevant to its genre.
Note: know that each reference here has a unique aspect of any other reference in the same category, and I will update it when I find any other good reference.
|MDN Reference||I use this reference all the time for HTML and HTML5|
|webSiteSetUp||for our hands, very good pdfs and images|
|MDN Reference||reference for CSS and CSS300|
|Animate.css||CSS library that lets you understand CSS animation and add it easy|
|can I use||support tables for front-end technologies for desktop or mobile browsers.|
|Responsive Grid System||this website Generate html and CSS codes for a responsive web content.|
|clippy||Tool for making clip-paths|
|Google Fonts||Best resource for free and easy-to-use web fonts. Has an enormous library of fonts.|
|Fontsquirrel||The best, 100% free fonts for commercial use. Another well-known huge font library.|
|MyFonts||Very largest library of premium fonts|
|Flat UI Colors||use it before starting your project for choosing a flat design color.|
|Material Palette||Inspired in material design. Generate your palette and download it and with some icons if you need.|
|UI Gradients||A collection of gradients for you to choose from and downloadable too.|
|grayscale||You can set generate your whole palette so that each color has the same range of color values||Kevin Kirchner|
|97palettes||collection of the primary colors for the most used applications||Ami Amigo|
If you have any good, and unique references feel free to add them to the comments.
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