DevColor is an extremely straightforward, lightweight, and easy-to-use tool designed to help programmers and website designers effortlessly convert picked colors to a wide range of formats.
The application has been designed to provide them with the option of converting picked colors to some of the lesser-used formats such as float and double, as well as two of the most popular formats like byte and hex.
For starters, it’s worth noting that the application is portable, which means that it does not require installation. The first thing users will notice is just how simple the app is. The GUI is a basic one, with a very compact main window encompassing a typical menu bar, the actual color picker section at the top, the format panel and the place where the actual codes are displayed.
Using DevColor is very simple: users simply need to click the Color button and select any given color, select the format options in the format options panel, and, once the codes are displayed, click the “Copy” button next to the output window to copy them to the computer’s clipboard. Additionally, users can use the color tool to create and define custom colors, and even change the specific float format.
To conclude, DevColor provides programmers and designers with a quick and easy way of converting colors to various useful formats such as float, byte, hex, and double, and ensure that their codes are copied to the clipboard with the least amount of effort involved. The application is very easy to use, and does not require installation, making it perfect for users who are always on the go, and don’t like relying on similar online tools.