PixelPalette is a Visual Studio Code extension that extracts the hex codes of colors present in an image, allowing you to create matching color schemes for your projects.
Extract hex codes of colors present in an image. Supports common image formats such as JPEG, PNG, and GIF. Simple and easy to use.
To use PixelPalette, simply Right Click on any image and copy its path. Then open VS Code and press Ctrl + Shift + P. A command prompt will open where you will have to write "Suggest Colours" and hit Enter. A dialogue box will open where you will paste the path of image. Finally, you will see hex codes in the bottom - right of your screen.
PixelPalette requires Node.js and the node-vibrant package to be installed on your system.
Install Node.js on your system. Install the node-vibrant package by running the following command in your terminal: npm install node-vibrant In VS Code, open the Extensions view by clicking on the Extensions icon in the sidebar or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+X. Search for "PixelPalette" in the Extensions view and click on the "Install" button.
PixelPalette may not work with some types of images. PixelPalette may take a few seconds to extract the color palette from large images.
1.0.0 Initial release of PixelPalette.
PixelPalette is licensed under the MIT License.
Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change. Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.
PixelPalette was created by Adeeb Jamal.