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.colors()

🎨 A color picker for people who live in their 📝 text editor

.colors() allows you to paste any code you like to quickly figure out the color palette that's hidden in it. Whether it be CSS, JS, or whatever else. As long as there's a CSS-compatible color in there, the tool will gather it for you.

You can even sort the colors you found and get a sorted array! ✨

Very handy for quickly dealing with colors!

16 Alternatives to .colors()

A better way to collect, organize & share your colors.

A modern color picker built for designers and developers that allows you to collect, organize and edit colors. Use Sip to share colors with everyone and link them between your other tools.

Sip 2.0 brings a newly redesigned interface, new main features such as Smart Formats, Contrast Checker, and functionality improvements. We hope you enjoy!

6 Alternatives to Sip 2.0

A simple color picker app for Android

If you see a beautiful color and you need its code to use it later in your projects, then "Kameleon - Color Picker for Pocket" is the app that you need. It is a very simple app that helps you pick and save colors from the real world and from your photos. Picking a color is now easier than ever.

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Manage colors & generate code for any Swift based project.

Colors Coder is a macOS app that lets developers and designers create and manage color libraries for their projects, and then generate Swift code that integrates perfectly.

+ UIColor/NSColor code

+ Many ways to create colors

+ Sketch Plugin to export from Sketch

+ Simple & Effective UI

+ Import-Export JSON & Plist

+ Export to macOS color palettes

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