Thanks for sharing. I'm using Grammarly. It's great for checking grammar. There is a Google extension and it works almost everywhere :)
In today's DigitalOcean newsletter, they introduced LanguageTool.org. They have a browser extension too. Maybe an alternative to Grammarly.
Here is an example of LanguageTool.org:
This is also very funny 😉
I started to test it yesterday. And it seems better than Grammarly. I like their suggestions as well.
Thanks again :)
Haha, It seems so cool. Possible spelling mistake found "Grammarly -> LanguageTool" I like it :))
That's pretty handy - thank you!
I also updated my article with Grammarly 👍 I hope it's better now 😉
Here is an example: thepracticaldev.s3.amazonaws.com/i...
Hemingway is great for checking grammar and available online for free.
Jake Archibald's SVGOMG is essential for compressing SVGs. One of my frequently used sites.
Thank you for adding it!
Here is the link: SVGOMG.
Nice article! Thanks for the cheat.sh, Array/Object explorers and amazing deepl.com! I'm tired of Google Translator, too bad they don't have an app.
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