Developers worldwide are always seeking tools that can help make the development process more efficient as well as aid productivity. IT-Tools is one such fantastic collection of web-based tools developers should know about. It comprises a vast array of tools that simplifies SQL query building, compiles CSS and HTML code, performs unit testing, generates passwords, and much more.
What is IT-Tools?
IT-Tools is curated by CorentinTh, who has included various practical tools in the GitHub repository, catering to different needs like code conversion, SQL query building, and password generators. Whether you're a beginner or an expert developer, you can benefit from the wide variety of tools available in IT-Tools.
Install IT-Tools with Docker
Then navigate to the web app on your docker host IP on port 8080.
The tools included in IT-Tools are designed to help users save time by simplifying and automating tasks that can be repetitive, so you can focus more on creating and building something great. You can favorite the tools you use most to have quicker access to them at the top of the app.
IT-Tools also comes in handy for testing and programming with its unit testing tools, which allows you to test individual components of your code independently of each other.
Did I mention it has a QR code generator tool too?
The IT-Tools QR code generator enables you to create personalized QR codes. These QR codes can be customized to produce different color schemes and error correction levels. You can encode various content such as text, URLs, and contact information into the code generated using IT-Tools QR code generator.
Finally, I'd like to touch on a tool I think you are all going to appreciate. The Docker run to Docker Compose tool!
Take a Docker run command and easily convert it to a Docker Compose stack. From here you can even download the file.
I'd really like to write about more of the tools IT-Tools offers but that would make for one heck of a long read! You can see more of the tools on the IT-Tools main demo website and try it out for yourself!
Final Notes and Thoughts
With 71 tools and counting, IT-Tools is an awesome addition to any self-hosted homelab. It's basically a suit of free tools all in one place. When I saw this I knew I had to have it and thought you might find it useful too. If you do, be sure to hop on over to the IT-Tools Github repo and give it a star!