Nova
A color scheme for modern web development
Constant
Identifier
Global
Emphasis
Special
Statement
Type
Trivial
Nova example code screenshot
Characteristics
Intentional
Colors have a dedicated meaning
Current
First-class syntax highlighting for today's web development languages
Soft
Flat pastel colors that are easy on the eyes
Balanced
Designed by a designer who knows color theory
Maintainable
Single-source-of-truth for color values and documentation
Free
100% open source
Plugins
Git
Screenshot of Nova plugin for Git
Instructions
1)Install a Nova plugin for your terminal
2)Use ANSI color variables in your ".gitconfig"
3)For Nova color meanings, see the example ".gitconfig"
Notes
You'll need a version of Git that supports the latest color options (git 2.10)
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is editor/plugin {x}?
If you don't see it in the list, it doesn't exist yet! The Nova admins only maintain the Vim, Atom, Hyper, and iTerm plugins, but the community has built or is building others.
Is there an {x} version?
Nope. The Nova admins only support one version. Feel free to fork, override, or use another theme if you don't like it.
Can you change {x}?
If it is a bug or syntax not following the Nova color meanings, yes! Please submit an issue on the related GitHub repo. If it is personal preference, sorry we can't accomodate everyone. Feel free to fork, override, or use another theme.
Can I contribute?
Yes! We would love to have your help. Just follow the "CONTRIBUTING.md" in the related repo.