Demo: script to find colour contrast (and more)
More tricks using Bash parameter expansion
In this screen cast, I present a new script I wrote that compares the contrast ratio between two colours. The script is called CLR (conveniently pronounced as “colour”), which stands for “Check Luminance Ratio”.
The code of CLR makes heavy of Bash parameter expansion. It helps me practice some of my shell scripting skills.
In the screen cast I also offer a primer on colours in the RGB space and talk a little bit about accessibility.
CLR is part of my dotfiles and is licensed under the GPLv3 (as is the rest of the code).