An export from Carbonize

Convenient

Just a single click is all it takes to generate an image like the one on the left.

To get your snippet in Carbonize you can select it, then...

  • Drag it onto Carbonize's Dock icon.
  • Use the Services menu availble in most text editors.
  • Paste it into Carbonize's editor manually.
App Store image showing a screenshot of the main window with caption: Generate gorgeous images from your code snippets.
App Store images showing several screenshots of Carbonize's editor with caption: Leverages the highly customizable editor of carbon.now.sh
App Store image showing how to drag code from another app onto Carbonize's Dock icon with caption: Drag code right onto the Dock, or use the Services menu.
App Store image showing several of Carbonize's floating export windows with caption: Drag images right into your work, or onto your desktop.
Screenshot of a customized Carbonize template

Customizable

Use the editor to customize your images. Pretty much anything can be tweaked.

Change the font, background color, spacing, theme etc.

Your settings are saved between sessions. 💾

All credits for this go to Dawn Labs. 🙌

Built on top of Dawn Labs` amazing Carbon

Carbonize uses Carbon for its terrific editor and adds native integration with macOS to support drag-and-drop and easy snippet imports.

A screenshot of carbon.now.sh running in Safari

Danger Cove and Carbonize are not associated with Dawn Labs in any way.

Accessibility 👁

While these types of images are cool, there are a few things you should know.

Generating an image from text is detrimental for people who use assistive devices. It would be a waste if your images weren't accessible to anyone with a visual impairment. Here's what you can do:

An image exported by Carbonize that mentions that its content might not be accessible to everyone
A screenshot of Carbonize's Tip Jar

Support free software 🌴

Carbonize is free to use. Consider using the Tip Jar in the app to support its development.

Features

  • Easily drag snippets onto the Dock icon.
  • Send code to Carbonize through the Services menu.
  • Drag generated images into Finger, apps or social media. Ready to use.
  • Built on top of carbon.now.sh and its editor.