Top 10 tools for web development in 2022

The speed of innovation in the web development space is accelerating every year. Five or ten years ago, it seemed impossible to build such powerful and powerful applications in the browser.

As browser applications continue to become more complicated, web developers and digital agencies needs better and more versatile tools to keep up with growing expectations and streamline the development process.

Code & Text Editors

Developers use various programs to edit code / text. Choosing one is quite subjective, so our advice is to try more editors and use the one you like the most.

Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a source code editor developed by Microsoft that works on Windows, Linux and macOS platforms. Notable features of VCS are troubleshooting, intelligent code completion, snippets, built-in Git and GitHub control, syntax highlighting, and code recovery. We recommend using it to develop web / mobile applications using React or React Native.

Sublime Text

Sublime Text is among the most popular code editors on the market. It can be used successfully in parallel with a development environment. We recommend using it to make applications in the Python programming language.


PhpStorm is an essential tool for any web developer working with PHP and JavaScript languages. It offers a full suite of features from complex auto-suggestions to code testing and versioning system integration. We recommend using it for web development using the Symfony, Laravel, Magento, React and Angular frameworks.


Atom is a relatively recent editor, published in 2014 by GitHub. It has been described as "a text editor for the 21st century". Atom has a smooth workflow and is quite intuitive. The feature that has stood out and imposed itself in the market is the ability to customize the workspace according to individual needs and desires and comes with a huge amount of extensions.


Among the many tools that a web developer uses are frameworks that allow applications to be built much faster. They offer a collection of already built elements and makes writing code more efficient.


Symfony is a very popular framework for the PHP language, especially among enterprise applications. It implements an MVC type architecture and stands out for the performance it achieves using multiple caching systems.


ExpressJS is easy to use and maintain, especially if you already know about Node.Js. Simplicity and speed are the main ideologies of this development framework. Express is also quite flexible and helps to create complex websites, web applications, web pages and APIs.


Angular is a framework for Javascript created and maintained by Google. It allows the development of applications for web, mobile web, native mobile and native desktop. It was originally released as AngularJS, but in 2016 it was completely rewritten (which caused a lot of controversy) and is now officially called Angular v2 +.


Laravel uses the PHP language and is an open source web development framework. It includes a number of PHP components and packages based on Symfony. In its ecosystem we find abundant video tutorials for Laravel so this framework is very accessible for beginners.


React is probably the most popular framework for Javascript right now. It is actively created and maintained by Facebook and was an early supporter of component-based UI development. Another important reason why React is so popular is because of React Native, which allows you to use the same style of code to develop native apps for Android and iOS.


Django is an open-source framework for the Python language that allows easy creation of websites. It is considered to be one of the best web frameworks and is used by large companies such as Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest and Google, despite the fact that it is quite slow compared to Symfony or Laravel. It supports Python version 3.4, access to SQL / NoSQL databases and has an administration panel for building websites.