Crayons alternatives and similar libraries
Based on the "Color" category.
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Chameleon9.9 0.0 Crayons VS ChameleonColor framework for Swift & Objective-C (Gradient colors, hexcode support, colors from images & more).
DKNightVersion9.2 0.0 L5 Crayons VS DKNightVersionManage Colors, Integrate Night/Multiple Themes
Colours8.9 0.0 L5 Crayons VS ColoursA beautiful set of predefined colors and a set of color methods to make your iOS/OSX development life easier.
Hue8.9 0.0 L2 Crayons VS Hue:art: Hue is the all-in-one coloring utility that you'll ever need.
DynamicColor8.6 0.0 L5 Crayons VS DynamicColorYet another extension to manipulate colors easily in Swift and SwiftUI
UIColor-Hex-Swift7.5 4.5 L5 Crayons VS UIColor-Hex-SwiftConvenience methods for creating color using RGBA hex string.
SwiftHEXColors6.4 0.0 L5 Crayons VS SwiftHEXColorsHEX color handling as an extension for UIColor.
ChromaColorPicker6.1 0.0 Crayons VS ChromaColorPicker:art: An intuitive iOS color picker built in Swift.
RandomColorSwift5.9 0.0 L4 Crayons VS RandomColorSwiftAn attractive color generator for Swift. Ported from randomColor.js.
ColorKit5.8 0.0 Crayons VS ColorKitAdvanced color manipulation for iOS.
BCColor4.8 0.0 L3 Crayons VS BCColorA Lightweight But Powerful Color Kit (Swift)
Gestalt4.3 0.0 Crayons VS GestaltAn unintrusive & light-weight iOS app-theming library with support for animated theme switching.
CostumeKit4.0 0.0 L5 Crayons VS CostumeKitBase types for theming an app.
FlatUIColors3.5 0.0 L4 Crayons VS FlatUIColorsFlat UI color palette helpers written in Swift.
PrettyColors3.3 0.0 L5 Crayons VS PrettyColorsStyles and colors text in the Terminal with ANSI escape codes. Conforms to ECMA Standard 48.
SwiftColorGen3.0 0.0 Crayons VS SwiftColorGenA tool that generate code for Swift projects, designed to improve the maintainability of UIColors
ColorArt2.9 0.0 L4 Crayons VS ColorArtiTunes 11-style color matching code for iOS
SheetyColors2.5 0.0 Crayons VS SheetyColorsAn action sheet styled color picker for iOS.
Colorify2.4 0.0 Crayons VS ColorifySimple, yet powerful color library that includes latest and most trendy colors from 2017.
XcodeColorSense2.2 0.0 L4 Crayons VS XcodeColorSense:balloon: An Xcode plugin that makes working with color easier
SDevFlatColors1.9 0.0 Crayons VS SDevFlatColorsFlat Colors on Swift
PixColor1.9 0.0 Crayons VS PixColorGenerate palette color from image
CSS3ColorsSwift1.6 0.0 L5 Crayons VS CSS3ColorsSwiftA UIColor extension with CSS3 Color names.
PFColorHash1.3 0.0 L5 Crayons VS PFColorHashGenerate color based on the given string.
Lorikeet1.1 0.0 Crayons VS LorikeetAesthetic color-scheme generation written in Swift
TFTColor0.9 0.0 L4 Crayons VS TFTColorA simple UIColor category to get color with hex code.
HSB0.3 0.0 Crayons VS HSBiOS Framework HSB: hue, saturation, and brightness
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Crayons is an Xcode7 plugin with various features that improve working with colors in your projects
Code palettes (iOS only)
You can share palettes of colors from your source files, and use them directly in Interface Builder, without having to manually recreate them in the Color Picker. And if you decide to change a color, you just need to change it's implementation. Colors are generated dynamically, so you can use any method or calculation you need. Because of that, project has to built to get updated colors, so it might take a while before they are updated in IB after a code change.
Define a palette by adding the class method
+ (NSString *)paletteName class func paletteName() -> String
to any class (Class has to derive from NSObject at some level, so no pure Swift classes at the moment). To define a color, add a class method or variable with any name that returns UIColor, for example
+ (UIColor *)colorName class func colorName() -> UIColor class var colorName: UIColor
Only methods with no parameters are supported at the moment, and only UIColors in the RGB and White color space (so no
You can then create a category/extension of you palette class, to create a separate palette with the same name plus the category name (look at
GooglePalette+Accents in the example project)
UIColor categories (like Chameleon will also generate palettes automatically.
Look at the example project for more infos.
- Colors validation (show IB warnings if using colors not defined in any palette)
- OSX support?
- More ways to define palettes/colors
- Show status of colors generations / indexing
- Any feature you think could be useful? Contact me (@Sephiroth87)
- Clone and build the project
- Use Alcatraz
Either way, restart Xcode to make it load
- Add support for Swift class variables
- Xcode 7.3 support
- Improved internal logic + bugfixes
- You can now use categories/extensions for secondary palettes, and automatic UIColor palettes
- Initial Release
- Code palettes for iOS
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