This post will present the best light or bright atom editor themes I’ve found so far. Usually I pick one of the dark atom themes, but the light ones are usually a little more subtle and often relaxing to look at.
For the screenshots I used the One Light UI theme, which I also use with the light / bright themes in my everyday coding adventures.
No matter if you prefer bright background themes or if you just need to turn up your screen brightness in order to get through winter without a depression, I’ve compiled a list of some themes you might enjoy!
As previously blogged about, I’m quite the fan of the atom editor, here I quickly want to introduce some of my favourite syntax themes for it.
As a UI theme, I’m still stuck on Seti, because it’s clutter free and it has some awesome icons for all the different file extensions.
Monokai Seti Syntax
My favourite plugins for atom are both targeted towards developers and also writers. Atom has become my default source code editor, I also use it for a book I’m working on and most of my blog posts. Last update: 2016-10-24.
Atom Theme: Seti/Monokai
First of all I want to promote the SETI-UI and Monokai packages, since they just make Atom look great. If I stare at something for hours a day, it might as well be pretty. If you’re looking for more atom syntax themes, check out my post about them: Best (dark) Atom Editor Themes.
apm install seti-ui
Package link: seti-ui on atom.io
I’ve tried out Github’s Atom Editor shortly and I must say, they’ve come up with a pretty cool thing.
If you want to try it out, drop a comment, got 3 invites. At the moment only for Mac OS.