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Introducing JellyFish - Theme your vscode will love

Pawel
Learner✨
・2 min read

From the day one of using visual studio code I always had a thought of designing my own theme one day. I wanted to customize each bit of its visuals but never had that much time to do so. A week earlier I started working on it as my side project and here I am writing this blog about its initial release.


JellyFish Installation Page
JellyPage

Link: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=PawelBorkar.jellyfish


If you're a much into the design as like me you probably thought of designing your own custom vscode theme for yourself as well as for the other developers it feels great when someone likes and uses your work and on top of that offers suggestions, corrections, fixes and improvements that's the beauty of open source and I love it.


Preview

Using Multiple columns in vscode with the JellyFish Theme

Multiple Columns

Terminal Accent

Terminal

Repository Link (GitHub) : JellyFish

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Thank you so much for reading this post and feel free to use the source code for your own projects and to publish your own theme. Create a PR suggesting any changes/improvements I would love to merge them.

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laxcivo

darn! It is gorgeous! Along with a font like Hermit -my favourite- and/or Code New Roman, programming with this theme can be so easy on the eyes. Thanks for this.

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Pawel Author

Thanks @laxedo17 . I'm glad you liked it 😊

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I-am-abdulazeez

Beautiful

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Pawel Author

Thank You @iamabdulazeez 😊

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SUHASbrao

Its just awesome.

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Pawel Author

Thanks @suhasbrao 😊