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Introduction

You know all of those code screenshots you see on Twitter? Though the code's usually impressive, we saw room for improvement in the aesthetic department. Carbon makes it easy to create and share beautiful images of your source code. So what are you waiting for? Go impress all of your followers with your newfound design prowess.

Visit carbon.now.sh or read our post to learn more about the project.

Features

  • Import from GitHub gist. Simply append a GitHub gist id to the url
  • Customization. Customize things like your image's syntax theme, window style, and more
  • Share quickly. Save your image or Tweet a link with one click

Example

Usage

Import

There are a few different ways to import code into Carbon:

  • Drop a file onto the editor
  • Append a GitHub gist id to the url (e.g. carbon.now.sh/GIST_ID_HERE)
  • Paste your code directly

Customization

Once you've got all of your code into Carbon, you can customize your image by changing the syntax theme, background color, window theme, or padding.

Export/Sharing

After you've customized your image you can either Tweet a link to the image, or save it directly.

Community

Check out these projects our awesome community has created:

  • IntelliJ IDEA carbon-now-sh - Open up the selection in your current IntelliJ IDEA file in Carbon through a context menu
  • Atom carbon-now-sh - Open up your current Atom file in Carbon with shift-cmd-A
  • VS Code carbon-now-sh - Open up your current VS Code file in Carbon with command carbon
  • Sublime Text 3 carbon-now-sh - Open up the selection in your current Sublime Text 3 file with a custom bound key
  • Vim carbon-now-sh - Open up the selection in your current Vim/Neovim using function CarbonNowSh()
  • Emacs carbon-now-sh - Open up the selection in your current Emacs using interactive function carbon-now-sh
  • CLI carbon-now-cli - Open a file in Carbon or download it directly using carbon-now, featuring an interactive mode, selective highlighting and more
  • R carbonate - Iteratively manipulate image aesthetics in R and either open in Carbon or download directly.

Contribute

PRs welcome! Please see our CONTRIBUTING.md for more details.

Thanks To

▲ ZEIT for sponsoring Carbon's hosting.

Authors

Carbon is a project by

Contributors

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Dillon Mulroy

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Hugo Torzuoli

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Bruno C. Couto

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Mark Molnar

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Takahiko Inayama

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