1. ColorPicker (v. 1.0)
ColorPicker is a highly intuitive, convenient and lightweight JS framework independent color picking tool. With its multiple capabilities that cover color conversion and calculation, ColorPicker fully supports a bad range of colors spaces. Whatever you may need be it HSV, HSL, RGB, XYZ, HEX, LAB, CMY or CMYK, ColorPicker will deliver the results for you.
ColorPicker presents you with a color test or demo area where you can use the ColorPicker UI and test patches to get the color codes for the colors you pick out and test.
Working with ColorPicker is a breeze. You will discover that it has;
- Four different UI sizes, the advanced, smaller, simple and tiny allow for both detailed expert use and simplified general color picking,
- A great selection of color spaces for greater visualization RGB, HSV, and HSL,
- A cursor rendering that is supportive, fast and responsive
- Color comparison tools that are practical
- A range of options and API allowing for non-conventional customization to suit individual needs
- A design that aims at capturing all possible scenarios while presenting the best of relevant data
2. Evol- ColorPicker
Evol-ColorPicker is highly useful and adaptable color picker library that you can use inline or preferably as a pop that you can bind to a text box. Evol-ColorPicker pushes all the right buttons when it comes to having “transparent color support, multiple color palette selection, and color history tracker.
As a fully-fledged UI widget, it also comes with themes and configurations that you can tweak to suit your preferences.
One thing you will also note about Evol-ColorPicker is its uncanny resemblance to Microsoft’s 2010 color picker version.
To get Evol-ColorPicker you can download it from their website, fork it at GitHub, use an npm package or install it with bower.
Via GitHub git clone https://github.com/evoluteur/colorpicker
Via npm package installation npm install evol-colorpicker
Via bower installation bower install evol-colorpicker
With the aim of being super easy to use, jscolor is one of the web color pickers that are aimed at giving developers the smoothest of experience in installation and end use of the component.
The simplicity and ease of use hide some great things about jscolor that you shouldn’t pass you.
Jscolor is a totally self-sufficient JS library. A single JS file works colorful wonders without the need for other frameworks like MooTools, jQuery, Dojo, and the likes. Though it doesn’t depend on other frameworks, JScolor is still a good neighbor and does coexist fine with them around.
Jscolor supports all the latest browsers available, Safari, Opera, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer 7 and above.
Customize jscolor to suit your web project at every level you need. You can adjust the size or color of the color picker or even append a function to the onchange event.
Touch devices have also been factored into the workings of jscolor. Jscolor supports touch events and will seamlessly work on your modern tablet or smartphone device.Visit Website
4. Farbtastic Color Picker
Insert a ready () handler to your project. The handler will initialize and then link color picker to the text field.
5. Pick-a-color for Twitter Bootstrap
Anyone can use the Pick-a-color color picker library as it was fundamentally built with the aim of being as simple and user-friendly as possible. The lovely interface that greets you is based on the Twitter Bootstrap style.
Through a simple download process, you have the color picker file that you can include in the HTML of your web project then go ahead and use it from there.
As a Pick-a-color user, you will enjoy the color picker’s memory that remembers and stores 16 colors that you have recently used.
The basic color palette presents no hassle. Lighten or darken the preset colors to meet your fancy.
The advanced palette adds some punch to your color selections by allowing you to control the hue, saturation, and spectrum so as to achieve whatever color you desire.
Pick-a-color also employs a quick, lightweight JS color converter and manipulator (Tiny Color) that allows you to work with HSV, RGB, HSVA, HSL, and other names.
The tried and tested part has been done with flying colors and it can be confidently said that Pick-a-color works great in IE 8+, Chrome (Mac/PC/iOS), Firefox (Mac/PC), Safari (Mac/iOS), and Opera (Mac/PC).
Initialize with ease by entering only one line of JS and three lines of HTML. You also don’t have to worry about jumbling up your code as the namespaced CSS and anonymous JS function won’t harm your code.Visit Website
6. ColorJoe – Scalable Color Picker
Instantaneous color picking is what colorjoe offers. Get color RGB or other color mode values as you select and click on color selection area.
The scalability of colorjoe is on another level. This is because colorJoe does not depend on eternal images and is based on CSS. So go ahead and modify colojoe’s size using CCS to suit your needs as you enjoy the AMD module definition and touch support it also offers.
Get your installation of colorjoe;
npm i colorjoe
For a preferred standalone dist, add the following to your page; prepackaged dist/colorjoe.js and css/colorjoe.css
Alternatively, load the dependencies from src/ using AMD.Visit Website
7. FlexiColor Picker
FlexiColorPicker is a simple color picker library that is based on the HSV color model. This color picker is simple consisting of only two sections, the slider, and picker. The picker allows you to select the saturation and values while the slider gives you the option of selecting hue values.
As you switch between the colors on the picker and slider, the background color of the web page changes to match your selection. This overall background color change helps you visually gauge the color blend balance and appeal for your web project.Visit Website
Color select and pick on the left side of the color picker portion and have your color code displayed on the boxes on the right-hand side.
The JS that has been put together for this color picker consists of a slider controller, an input handler, color methods, and a ColorPicker object that packs it all together.Visit Website
9. Tiny Colorpicker
While using Tiny Colorpicker you can expect to experience a color library that is;
- easy to customize
- useable inside or outside forms
- supports requirejs, Node, commonjs and AMD
- supports Windows Phone, Android and IOS
The Spectrum color picker library was developed as a JS color picking solution that deviated from the norm of images, large plugins, and unfriendly customization options.
Interestingly this color picker is available inside the dev tools of Firefox, Chrome, and Safari and this makes it quite easy for you to pick colors for your web project.
With only two files that won’t interfere with your existing code in any way, you are well on your way with this color picker that is truly lightweight.
Even though Spectrum works 100% well without any customizations on your part you still have the option available to modify it using CSS with various options and modes available for exploration.
Another player in the colorpicking game is ColorPick.js, a minimalistic and simple jQuery plugin that was designed to sit today’s modern web.
ColorPick.js features local storage of colors that you have recently used, integration that is simple and an exquisite design that will definitely blend in with your web projects.Visit Website
12. Named Color Picker
Named ColorPicker presents a different method of color selection. You won’t get the usual color spectrum or wheel; here you will get a fullscreen grid of colors arranged by name. Searching can be done via a dropdown list or by name.
You won’t find any duplicate names or colors in the entire color grid of 2,065 colors. The color names presented in the Named ColorPicker come courtesy of the color survey from XKCD and Resene Paints. The extra color names include those from the CSS3 spectrum that all major browsers support.Visit Website