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GapStyle

World-first productivity-oriented color scheme for everyone. Available on IntelliJ IDEA and VSCode plugin store.

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Web Traffic Booster

$10 USD since Mar 2022

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mc

$5 USD since Feb 2022

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Monthly financial contribution to GapStyle

Credit from Web Traffic Booster to GapStyle

+$2.00USD
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Monthly financial contribution to GapStyle

Credit from Web Traffic Booster to GapStyle

+$2.00USD
Completed
Contribution #523800
Monthly financial contribution to GapStyle

Credit from Web Traffic Booster to GapStyle

+$2.00USD
Completed
Contribution #523800
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Today’s balance

$9.81 USD

Total raised

$9.81 USD

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Estimated annual budget

$11.31 USD

About


GapStyle is a world-first* productivity-oriented and semantic-highlighting-driven designed color scheme. Each supported language is tailored with rich colors while maintaining a comfortable contrast to help developers boost reading and writing speed in different programming languages.

GapStyle helps you to:
  • Boost reading and writing speed by easily distinguishing syntax from colors and font styles. (Especially the language you are not familiar with)
  • Quickly learn similar syntax across different languages with a universal designed color
  • Spot errors before program execution

* world-first color scheme uses affinitive color plate design** to boost developers' productivity.

** affinitive color plate design uses similar colors to represent sematic-similar syntax, i.e., "class and abstract class", "function parameters, local variables, instance variables". See
GapStyle Specification