If you're like me, you probably watch minecraft videos on youtube (such as Kootra, Nova, and the rest of the Creatures). Also, if you're like me, you've seen people spawn items (or spawned items yourself).
There are alot of item ids (about 260 give or take), no one wants to memorize that. You can always look at the .png files but that's time consuming.
Chromazone's Item-ID Caller
This tool is for people who get tired of looking at the picture files to find an ItemID.
Currently, the only leeway is with capitalization and extra whitespace on the ends. If the item name you put in isn't the same as what's from the list, the error line gives you a sad face and lets you continue checking item names.
If this isn't robust enough, I'll spend some time tomorrow after work implementing the parsing methods from my research to give a guess-timate answer (I'd add the guess-timate answer's name in the error field so the user could check against the given id, but that would only be for errors).