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Laravel Colour Scheme

A Sublime Text 3 theme based on the Laravel documentation colour scheme

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Laravel colour scheme

Laravel is a colour scheme for Sublime Text 3. It is inspired by the syntax highlighting found in the official Laravel documentation.

Installation

Package Control

  1. Open the Command Pallette (Command+Shift+P on OSX, Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux) and choose Install Package
  2. Choose Laravel Colour Scheme from the list
  3. Select Laravel from UI: Select Color Scheme from the Command Pallette

Manual

  1. Download the Laravel.tmTheme file from GitHub
  2. In Sublime Text, open the Command Pallette (Command+Shift+P on OSX, Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux) and choose Browse Packages.
  3. Place the Laravel.tmTheme file into the User directory.
  4. Select Laravel from UI: Select Color Scheme from the Command Pallette

Screenshots

PHP

PHP syntax highlighting

HTML/Blade

HTML syntax highlighting

Blade syntax highlighting

CSS/LESS/SASS

CSS/LESS/SASS syntax highlighting

JavaScript/Vue

JavaScript syntax highlighting

Vue syntax highlighting

JSON

JSON syntax highlighting

XML

XML syntax highlighting

Diff

Diff syntax highlighting

Supported languages

This colour scheme ought to work with any language in Sublime Text, it has been specifically built and tested against languages common to development with Laravel.

About

Created by Michael Dyrynda. Copyright 2017. MIT Licensed.

Thanks to Jack McDade creating the original theme as presented in the docs and Taylor Otwell for creating the framework💖