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Highlight.js - Javascript Syntax Highlighter


Highlight.js is a syntax highlighter written in JavaScript. It works in the browser as well as on the server. It works with pretty much any markup, doesn’t depend on any framework and has automatic language detection. It supports 176 languages and 79 styles, automatic language detection, multi-language code highlighting and lot more.

Prism - Lightweight, robust, elegant syntax highlighting


Prism is a lightweight, robust, elegant syntax highlighting library. It's a spin-off project from Dabblet. The core is 2KB minified & gzipped. Languages add 0.3-0.5KB each, themes are around 1KB. Define new languages or extend existing ones. Add new features thanks to Prism’s plugin architecture. It supports parallelism with Web Workers, if available. All styling is done through CSS, with sensible class names like .comment, .string, .property etc

SyntaxHighlighter - Fully functional self-contained code syntax highlighter developed in JavaScript


SyntaxHighlighter is THE client side highlighter for the web and web-apps! It's been around since 2004 and it's used virtually everywhere to seamlessly highlight code for presentation purposes. SyntaxHighlighter is currently used and has been used in the past by Microsoft, Apache, Mozilla, Yahoo, Wordpress, Bug Labs, Freshbooks and many other companies and blogs.




GitDiff - Highlights deltas against git repo in Xcode


To use, clone this project and build target "LNXcodeSupport". You'll need to unsign your Xcode binary for the Xcode side of the plugin to load. The user interface is largely as it was before. Lines that have been changed relative to the repo are highlighted in amber and new lines highlighted in blue. Code lint suggestions are highlighted in dark blue and lines with a recent commit to the repo (the last 7 days by default) are highlighted in light green, fading with time.

diff-so-fancy - Good-lookin' diffs. Actually… nah… The best-lookin' diffs. :tada:


diff-so-fancy strives to make your diff's human readable instead of machine readable. This helps improve code quality and help you spot defects faster. Installation is as simple as downloading the diff-so-fancy script to a directory in your path. Windows users may need to install the Windows subsystem for Linux.

Highlightr - iOS & OSX Syntax Highlighter.


Highlightr is an iOS & macOS syntax highlighter built with Swift. It uses highlight.js as it core, supports 176 languages and comes with 79 styles. Takes your lame string with code and returns a NSAttributtedString with proper syntax highlighting.


lumin - A JavaScript library to progressively highlight any text on a page.


A JavaScript library to progressively highlight any text on a page. Great for when you want users to pay attention to some important text. It can also be used to show progress of a task − Read something while tasks are being completed.

CodeFlask - A micro code-editor for awesome web pages.


CodeFlask: A micro code-editor for awesome web pages. This API is simply a proxy to add a new language to Prism itself (the code highlighter). The options parameter must be the same accepted in Prism. You can read more about it here.

maphilight - jQuery plugin that adds highlighting to image maps


Maphilight is a jQuery plugin that adds visual hilights to image maps. In IE VML is used. In other browsers canvas is used. Maphilight has been tested in Firefox, IE, Safari, Chrome, and Opera.

SharePoint 2013 Syntax Highlighting


This project allows users to apply syntax highlighting to code snippits via the SharePoint 2013 Ribbon UI, with no server side code.

NShader - HLSL - GLSL - CG - Shader Syntax Highlighter AddIn for Visual Studio


NShader is an extension to Visual Studio 2008/2010/2012 that provides syntax highlighting for various shader languages including HLSL - GLSL - CG.

emphasize - Syntax highlighting in ANSI, for the terminal


Syntax highlighting in ANSI. Like highlight.js (through lowlight), but for the terminal.emphasize supports all 176 syntaxes of highlight.js.

lowlight - Virtual syntax highlighting for virtual DOMs and non-HTML things


Virtual syntax highlighting for virtual DOMs and non-HTML things, with language auto-detection. Perfect for React, VDOM, and others.Lowlight is built to work with all syntaxes supported by highlight.js, that’s 176 languages (and all 73 themes).