As a web developer, most of the time I come across cool stuff (technology-wise) once I’m surfing the web and I’m always wondering, what kind of framework, library or technology has been used for their development.
I used to go with old school methods like viewing the website’s source code or inspecting elements (through dev tools) in my browser to grasp the libs and frameworks used in the web page. But you know, it takes time and thought, sometimes the code doesn’t make much sense and for some libraries about which we know almost nothing , it gets tricky to realize how things are working in the page.
In this post, I’m goint to introduce some handy tools I’ve found to detect tech stuff quickly with actually no effort.
Builtwith is another cool web-base tech detector I normally use. All what you need to do is to put the URL in www.builtwith.com and see the result. It shows much more details about the hosting, and server-side aspects.