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Useful Front-end Development Web-Based Apps.

Or something like that, anyway here's a list which should grow in time.

CSS3 Please!

  • If you'd just like to ditch adobe for most-all of your shadows and gradients: css3please.com

Google Webfont Previewer

  • There's a good selection of fonts available here: google.com/webfonts/preview
  • It's great for helping clients choose a font they like on their own time :]

Kuler

  • Back to adobe, they have an amazing color picker tool here:kuler.adobe.com
  • Another good one for clients to have some fun.
  • Chews out a bunch of color reference numbers (HEX, RGBA, CMYK, etc.)
  • Doubles as a conversion tool.

Image-maps.com

  • Helps you build image maps. There are situations such as email newsletters where the customer wants to see a poster, but have links, without slicing the image. image-maps.com
  • Kindof buggy, but it does the job.

Interactive YouTube API