Take your code to the next level with these 7 websites that specialize in code visualization and sharing. See how Carbon, Codeimg, and others can help you.
There are many situations where you need to share amazing and short code snippets with someone like a presentation, article image, YouTube video, Instagram post etc. Sure, the fastest solution would be to just take a screenshot of your current IDE like NetBeans, VSCode, Sublime, but if you want to create a nice presentation in addition to showing people your code, that would be great. if you also care about the aesthetics of the code snippet.
You have probably seen such images on Twitter, Instagram, blogs, etc. But have you ever wondered how these images are created?
Well, today I'm going to share 7 websites that help you to create beautiful code snippet images, so you too can begin to share them online.
Ray.so allows you to choose between several predefined gradient colors, hide or show the background, switch between dark and light windows when creating images from code. By default it will automatically detect the coding language or we can choose the coding language. Export the image as PNG or SVG, copy the image and copy the URL. It allows you to highlight up to 52 programming languages.
Snappify comes with 6 predefined styles that allow you to create aesthetic snapshots of your code without spending hours on formatting. You can also customize the background and code theme according to your needs.
Carbon allows you to customize your image by changing the syntax theme, background color or image, window design, padding, shading, automatic or manual width adjustment, font, font size, and line. Add or remove line numbers. Download the image in PNG and SVG formats.
codetoimg tool allows you to set the background color, and beautiful gradients and export images from Unsplash. Switch between light and dark modes, and add or remove background blur, shadows, line number, and title text. You can change the font, padding, and coding language. Export images in PNG, Jpeg, and SVG formats.
CodeKeep is a great way to create and share code snippets. You can customize the code theme, code language, and window icon. Show or hide row numbers, titles, descriptions, file names, social icons, shadows, and avatars. Change background color, upload images, and adjust image position. Add icons and emojis. You can also organize code snippets by creating tags and filtering snippets by tags.
CodeImg.io is an amazing tool that allows you to make code snippets to display in images with different styles. Adjust output image dimensions to fit different platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. It allows you to change colors, and code borders to use macOS or Windows style, highlighting up to 77 programming languages. Save images in PNG, JPEG, or SVG format.
Code Snapshot is simple VS code extension to capture photo from your code.
CodeImage is a web application that allows you to manage your code snippets and beautify them quickly to share them everywhere. It is an open-source project.
Here are some of the features of CodeImage:
I personally use and love Snappify.io & Ray.so.
Do you know any other amazing tool used to create beautiful code snippets? Please share them below
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