Being a web developer is a challenging job. Even more challenging is trying to stay updated with the latest happenings and trends in the web development world. Almost every other day, a new resource or tool comes up that claims to do big things. As such, it gets difficult to keep track of the best tools, especially if you are searching for particular one.

If you have ever faced such a situation, Code Carbon is the solution for you!

Simply put, Code Carbon is not a design blog (there are a crazy number of design blogs out there anyway). Instead, it is a regularly updated library of useful resources, tools and solutions for web developers. Code Carbon intends to make web developers’ lives easier by helping them locate the ideal tools for a given job.

And what all is covered? Well, everything that a web developer needs — PHP, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, HTML5, you name it! Code Carbon provides information about resources such as new frameworks, libraries, editors, eCommerce tools, browser extensions, web apps and templates, and a lot more!

Code Carbon also publishes a weekly newsletter that brings to you awesome deals and discounts on various useful services. Plus, the newsletter also informs you about the best content from the world of web development. There is also an RSS feed, if you prefer that.

Interested in contributing to Code Carbon? If you have a resource or tool to submit, or just wish to say Hello, simply use this form.

About Me

Code Carbon is maintained by yours truly, Sufyan bin Uzayr.

I have a background in web design and development, Linux and databases. I also write for several other publications, namely:

I’m currently the News Editor at SpeckyBoy. Earlier, I was the Chief Editor at 1stWebDesigner.com Prior to that, I have also written for WPMU DEV, WP Lift, and various others.

Apart from web design and development, I also write about history, politics, society and other relevant stuff. If you’re interested in that, why not check out my other blog, Political Periscope? Need more info about my works? Click here!

Lastly, you can find me on Facebook, or Twitter, or Google+, or LinkedIn, or simply write to me using this page. I’m available for writing and/or any other relevant projects.

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