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DevTools for Tailwind CSS

Available for Google Chrome

The DevTools Tailwind deserves

Tailwind's JIT mode is awesome – but it makes designing and debugging in your browser hard! The DevTools for Tailwind CSS bring back designing and debugging in your browser. You can use the full power of the JIT engine and even add classes like border-[30px] on sites that use production builds.


Available for Chrome & Firefox

Transform every HTML element to Tailwind CSS

The Windy browser extension transforms any element on any website into Tailwind CSS classes and HTML.

Just highlight the element and click to copy. Done.


Available on Mac, Windows & Linux

The no-bull Laravel tool.

Don’t waste time building admin panels for your Laravel applications. Let Invoker do the hard work for you. No coding. No setup. No stress.

Invoker is a slick and simple desktop application that gives you all the tools you need to manage your Laravel projects.


Available on Mac, Windows & Linux

The beautiful way to test and debug your emails.

HELO is a desktop application that will change the way you test your emails. No more broken links, missing images, and customer complaints.

Emails arrive instantly, and HELO supports an unlimited number of inboxes aswell as the creation of unique email addresses that you can use to test your test- and staging-environments.


Available on Mac, Windows & Linux

The magical code editor that runs your code within local and remote PHP applications.

Tinkerwell can run code within your PHP applications. It works locally and on remote servers – no package required. It includes a Laravel default project so that you can start right away.


Available on Mac

The color picker for Tailwind CSS developers.

Tint is a color picker for macOS that automatically takes the color at your cursor and translates it to the nearest Tailwind CSS color.

It lives in your system tray and is ready when you are. Simply click on the icon and move your cursor to the element that you are working on. Tint displays the detected color and you can copy it to your clipboard with single click.