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Commit Colors (Video)

12-02-19 Bryan Braun

Bryan shares a project he created that gives you a CSS color for every git commit based on the hexadecimal code from the git commit ID.

Add some Sunshine #f9df82 three dot menu to your day with Bryan’s new tool! Commit Colors is an open-source tool for adding a splash of color and fun to your console while you’re working with Git. In this video, Bryan shares this project he demoed at a recent Sparkbox Lunch n′ Learn.

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You can see the source code of Commit Colors on GitHub here.

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