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Dracula Theme: a dark theme for 227 different apps
19 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Dec 2021
It doesn't support nearly as many programs as dracula theme does but I'd recommend giving https://themer.dev/ a try. Supports all the popular terminals, IDEs and then some.
Node.js Packages and Resources
106 projects | dev.to | 6 Sep 2021
themer - Generate themes for your editor, terminal, wallpaper, Slack, and more.
Template for converting terminal theme for new Sublime Text colour scheme?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/SublimeText | 1 Jun 2021
You could try this: https://themer.dev/
How to port themes from other editors?
1 project | reddit.com/r/emacs | 18 May 2021
Themer - Generates themes for your development environment and wallpapers
1 project | reddit.com/r/website | 7 May 2021
Themer: themer takes a set of colors and generates themes for your development environment
1 project | reddit.com/r/techlinks | 7 May 2021
Made my first colorscheme, was a lot more challenging than I expected
3 projects | reddit.com/r/vim | 1 May 2021
Might sound lazy but might I raise you themer.dev if you ever want to do this again? Also love the colorscheme
Tutorial on new tool to quickly make the JSON file for themes
1 project | reddit.com/r/vscode | 26 Mar 2021
https://themer.dev/ is also pretty neat.
Show HN: I built a VS Code Theme Creator – easily make VS Code themes in browser
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Mar 2021
An alternative - not just for VSCode, but a whole range of software - https://themer.dev/
Alternatives to Dracula
8 projects | reddit.com/r/vim | 9 Mar 2021
You could have a look at Themer: https://github.com/mjswensen/themer which also has a nice Web app at https://themer.dev It let's you generate your own palette or choose from some existing/ popular ones, then exports settings/configs for a growing number of applications, f.e. vim, tux, alacritty, web browsers, other terminals etc.
What are some alternatives?
hyper-snazzy - Elegant Hyper theme with bright colors
iTerm2-Color-Schemes - Over 250 terminal color schemes/themes for iTerm/iTerm2. Includes ports to Terminal, Konsole, PuTTY, Xresources, XRDB, Remmina, Termite, XFCE, Tilda, FreeBSD VT, Terminator, Kitty, MobaXterm, LXTerminal, Microsoft's Windows Terminal, Visual Studio, Alacritty
gruvbox - Retro groove color scheme for Vim
terminalizer - 🦄 Record your terminal and generate animated gif images or share a web player
carbon-now-cli - 🎨 Beautiful images of your code — from right inside your terminal.
dracula-theme - 🧛🏻♂️ One theme. All platforms.
localtunnel - expose yourself
auto-install - Install dependencies as you code ⚡️
atmo - :heavy_check_mark: Mock data for your prototypes and demos. Remote deployments to Zeit now.
jscpd - Copy/paste detector for programming source code.
cost-of-modules - Find out which of your dependencies are slowing you down 🐢
emoj - Find relevant emoji from text on the command-line :open_mouth: :sparkles: :raised_hands: :horse: :boom: :see_no_evil: