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colorls - A Ruby gem that beautifies the terminal's ls command, with color and font-awesome icons


A Ruby script that colorizes the ls output with color and icons. Here are the screenshots of working example on an iTerm2 terminal (Mac OS), oh-my-zsh with powerlevel9k theme and powerline nerd-font + awesome-config font with the Solarized Dark color theme.If you're interested in knowing the powerlevel9k configuration to get this prompt, have a look at this gist.

color - Color package for Go (golang)


Color lets you use colorized outputs in terms of ANSI Escape Codes in Go (Golang). It has support for Windows too! The API can be used in several ways, pick one that suits you.Note that the vendor folder is here for stability. Remove the folder if you already have the dependencies in your GOPATH.




color-thief - Grabs the dominant color or a representative color palette from an image


A script for grabbing the color palette from an image. Uses Javascript and the canvas tag to make it happen.In this example, we build an 8 color palette.

DynamicColor - Yet another extension to manipulate colors easily in Swift


DynamicColor provides powerful methods to manipulate colors in an easy way in Swift. These two create a new color by adjusting the lightness of the receiver. You have to use a value between 0 and 1.

grade - This JavaScript library produces complementary gradients generated from the top 2 dominant colours in supplied images


Download this repo and grab the grade.js file from the /docs/dist folder. If you pass in a 3rd parameter and it's a function, the HTML element(s) you passed in as the 1st parameter will not be manipulated, but an array will be returned to you, for you to do as you please with, ie.

chroma.js - JavaScript library for all kinds of color manipulations


Chroma.js is a tiny JavaScript library (14kB) for all kinds of color conversions and color scales. Why not dive into the interactive documentation (there's a static version, too). You can download chroma.min.js or use the hosted version on cdnjs.com.


Hue - :art: Hue is the all-in-one coloring utility that you'll ever need.


Hue is the all-in-one coloring utility that you'll ever need. .alpha is a sugar for colorWithAlphaComponent, internally it does the exact same thing, think of it as a lipstick for your implementation.

jquery-color - jQuery plugin for color manipulation and animation support.


To run tests locally, run grunt, and this will run the tests in PhantomJS. You can also run the tests in a browser by navigating to the test/ directory.

Chalk - Terminal string styling done right


Chalk comes with an easy to use composable API where you just chain and nest the styles you want. Chain styles and call the last one as a method with a string argument. Order doesn't matter, and later styles take precedent in case of a conflict. This simply means that chalk.red.yellow.green is equivalent to chalk.green.

LS_COLORS - A collection of LS_COLORS definitions; needs your contribution!


This is a collection of extension:color mappings, suitable to use as your LS COLORS environment variable. Most of them use the extended color map, described in the ECMA-48 document; in other words, you'll need a terminal with capabilities of displaying 256 colors. As of this writing, around 300 different filetypes/extensions is supported. That's indeed a lot of extensions, but there's a lot more! Your help is greatly appreciated.

color-js - A color management API for javascript


I no longer have time to maintain this project in a timely manner and am looking for someone to take over. If you are interested please contact me. Color.js provides an API to do simple color management in javascript. Color objects provide methods to do a number of common, useful operations independent of the underlying color model they need.

MyPaint - Simple drawing and painting program


MyPaint is a simple drawing and painting program that works well with Wacom-style graphics tablets. Its main features are a highly configurable brush engine, speed, and a fullscreen mode which allows artists to fully immerse themselves in their work.

toxiclibsjs - Toxiclibsjs is a library for computational design tasks with JavaScript


Toxiclibs.js is a port of Karsten Schmidt's Toxiclibs for Java and Processing. Toxiclibs.js provides powerful datatypes for the browser and node. It works well for manipulating any DOM element, including Canvas and SVG. The plethora of examples demonstrate its use for geometry and color manipulation as well as physics, automata and more. The examples pair with such fine libraries as: Processing.js, Three.js, D3.js or Raphael.js.

color - A collection of categories and utilities that extend UIColor


The quickest way to get started with EDColor is with CocoaPods, but otherwise you can add the EDColor directory to your project and... This will automatically bring in all of the various categories and classes that make up the library. Alternatively, if you only need the functionality from a single part of EDColor, you can just import that specific header as the library was designed to be completely modular and (thus) decoupled.

context-blender - Photoshop-style blend modes for HTML Canvas Contexts


Adobe® Photoshop® has a variety of helpful blend modes for compositing images from multiple RGBA layers. This small library provides the same functionality for HTML Canvas Contexts, with the goal of producing the same results as Photoshop. This will also install node-canvas, which requires a working Cairo install. See https://github.com/Automattic/node-canvas#installation for more details.

Alembic - ⚗️ Extract a color palette from Sketch images


A Sketch plugin to extract a color palette from any layer that contains bitmap data. This works for both images and layers with a Pattern fill. Alembic uses Color Thief to extract a representative color palette. Hi, we’re Awkward. A while ago, we came across this Tweet with an idea for a Sketch plugin that extracts color palettes from images. We felt like it was perfect to experiment with and the idea resulted in Alembic.

pixterm - Draw images in your ANSI terminal with true color


PIXterm shows images directly in your terminal, recreating the pixels through a combination of ANSI character background color and the unicode lower half block element. If image has transparency, an optional matte color can be used for background. Also, you can specify a dithering mode; in which case, the image is rendered using block elements with different shades, or using standard ASCII characters in the same way. In dithering mode, the matte color is used to fill the background of the blocks or characters. The conversion process runs fast because it is parallelized in all CPUs.