These are tools the web developer David Higgins uses frequently. Opinionated toolset. You probably won't use some of these.
David Higgins is a web developer who contributes all his free time to The Open Web. He expects nothing in return for what he does, and sees any monetary reward as a bonus. With that said, he also runs on Coffee and Beer, which are expensive habits to maintain. So fund him on Gittip, and help David do what he does best.
Generates all the necessary code for HTML5 video, when given only three input values (Width, MP4 URL, and Youtube Video). Uses a Youtube link as a bulletproof fallback.
Sometimes you just want a favicon without the fuss. Less importance is being placed on Favicons these days, and we need not care about them that much.
Creates markdown for embedding Flattr widgets. Handy for inserting into Github readmes.
You need a list of links converted to Markdown? This does that.
For opening a bunch of links in multiple windows. Handy for splitted archives hosted on Cyberlockers due to their file-upload size limits.
You have a list of URLs. You want to generate a sitemap out of them. This does that.
This is a simple textarea for typing anything you wish. Sometimes we just want a place where we can type.
Converts any file you drop on the page into a Base64 Encoded URL
You have HTML code you want to place in a PRE tag element. You want it entified, so it plays nice with your PRE tag. This does that.
If you dislike working with raw Unicode in your text editor, you can use this tool to escape unicode for use in the content: property in CSS.