Need color inspiration? No problem! Have some fantastic random color palettes.
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$ npm install --save flat-palettes
$ npm install -g flat-palettes
const colors = ;;//=> ['#f7a61b', '#7cbf42', '#eb4a24'];//=> ['#1f518b', '#1488c8', '#f7e041', '#e2413e', '#e91222']
Description: How many colors do you want in your flat palette?
All you got to do is:
$ flat-palettes <numberOfColors>
<numberOfColors> is the same described here.
The commands above (in the GIF) gave you the following palettes:
Pretty eye candy, huh?
||Shows project description and how to use it.|
||Displays the current version.|
All the tasks needed for development automation are defined in the
package.json scripts property and can be run via:
npm run <command>
Here is a summary of all the commands:
||Runs the Livescript compiler on the source.|
||Runs Mocha in BDD mode.|
Contributions are very welcome! If you'd like to contribute, these guidelines may help you.
Finding - or thinking of - a beautiful color palette to use in your next project is such a complicated - and important - task: sometimes you've just lost all your creativity or sometimes you just can't get the right inspiration.
Then you get to my problem: choosing a random color palette which I know I'm
probably going to appreciate - and use in my project - in
5- minutes. Luckily
you also get to the solution:
flat-palettes is distributed under the MIT License, available in this repository. All contributions are assumed to be also licensed under the MIT License.
Most of the color palettes used in this project come from flatcolors.net.