Tag Archives: Color-Picker

Customizable JavaScript ColorPicker

Customizable JavaScript ColorPicker

Dematte.at introduce a JavaScript ColorPicker have a light weight all-rounder (only ~46k incl. all 16 files ) that can be display and let you choose the entire color palette (~16.78 mil. colors) in 6 different color modes (+3 extra modes in RGB).

This app is very easy to install and highly customizable, comes with 4 different sizes (from 151 x 87 pixels to 405 x 302 pixels) and therefore different feature levels so you can use it for every supposable cause from ‘easy choice’ to ‘professional determination’.

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Gradiant Steps Color Picker Tool for Web Designers

Gradiant Steps Color Picker Tool for Web Designers

0to255 is a simple tool that helps web designers  or developer to find lighter or darker shades of a particular color. It is save your time when you designing website or applications. It’s simple and fun.

Listed some of recent colors at home page and have 273,028 beautiful colors and counting for more. You just simply click the color box you will navigate to an another page that displays around 33 color steps from black to white of the selected color. You have to click on the color to copy the hex code.

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Custom Color Picker with Flash and Actionscript 3.0

Custom Color Picker with Flash and Actionscript 3.0
Custom Color Picker with Flash and Actionscript 3.0

A tutorial for custom color picker with Flash from Active Tuts+. Color picker is an application, mostly used with graphic applications like Photoshop, Flash, Flex etc… and used online for the color management purposes. The tutorial was written by Carlos Yanez, he is a Web/Logo Designer, Flash Developer.  The tutorial was explained step by step very well and available the source code and the Demo too.

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