What is DevToys?
It is free, open-source, and offline. It helps in daily tasks like formatting JSON, comparing text, testing RegExp. No need to use many untruthful websites to do simple tasks with your data. With Smart Detection, DevToys is able to detect the best tool that can treat the data you copied in the clipboard of your Windows. Compact overlay lets you keep the app in small and on top of other windows. Multiple instances of the app can be used at once.
DevToys is a tool in the Shell Utilities category of a tech stack.
DevToys is an open source tool with 13.4K GitHub stars and 704 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to DevToys's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses DevToys?
- Free and open source
- Works entirely offline
- 21+ tools are available
- Go faster with Smart Detection
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