4 Developer Tools You Have To Be Using In 2023

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4 Developer Tools You Have To Be Using In 2023
harley Ferguson

There has never been a better time to be a developer. Languages are getting more expressive, stacks are getting more versatile and tools are becoming more powerful.

In today's issue, we are going to be looking into some of the most powerful tools in the market that you, as a developer, should be using daily to help 10x your productivity and value.

Let's dive in.


Jam is a tool for developers that is any product-manager or tester's dream. Jam allows you to easily record your screen to log bugs, however, it has a whole lot more baked into it like:

  • Console.logs
  • Network requests
  • Device details
  • Browser info
  • Reproduction steps

Jam makes logging bugs faster and far more informative than ever before. No more needing to hop on a call to explain bugs or recreate scenarios.



Locofy does one thing and does it well: turning designs into code. If you are using Figma or Adobe XD for your designs, Locofy will save developers weeks of work by quickly and easily turning designs into production-ready code. If you're working with a lot of React or React Native projects then Locofy is guaranteed to dramatically spike your output.



GitHub Copilot uses the OpenAI Codex to suggest code and entire functions in real-time, directly in your editor.

Turn a simple comment into a full function or have suggestions made as you're typing your code. Copilot is trained on billions of lines of code and is able to convert natural language prompts into coding suggestions.



By now everyone has heard about ChatGPT.

If you've only been conversing about "How do I make a great burrito" or "Write a rap song about being a software developer" then you've been missing out.

ChatGPT's uses are virtually endless, but some things that it can do to make your day more productive:

  • Write boilerplate code based on your requirements
  • Finds bugs in logic or syntax in your code
  • Find answers to questions that you'd otherwise spend hours searching for
  • Explain code simpler than any other tool
  • Document code just as well as other tools
  • And so much more


These are just some of the amazing tools out there that you can use to take your output and abilities to the next level.

Let me know which ones are working best for you.

See you again next week.