Zeplin is a collaboration app for UI designers and front-end developers. It allows you to build pixel-perfect apps in peace. To design hand-off has never been easier. Upload your designs, and Zeppelin will automatically turn them into specs, style guides, and all the other resources that developers need. Anyway, Zeplin is available for Windows and Mac in the browser but only lets you create projects from within the Mac application. That said, viewing the files in browser works great and lets you.
Zeplin's macOS color picker that lets you select colors from the project you have open in Zeplin. Installing Zeplin's macOS app automatically installs this color picker as well.
Building the Xcode project produces a bundle called
ZeplinColorPicker.colorPicker. Copying this bundle to the
~/Library/ColorPickers/ directory installs it systemwide.
You can install the picker systemwide automatically by adding a run script to the project:
To simplify testing the picker, you can create an application using the Script Editor:
Script Editor.appand create a document.
Furthermore, you can launch this application automatically by adding a run script to the project:
Zeplin Color Picker is released under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.
AMB-2898- Units for specification of sidelobe levels have been fixed. AMB-3059- The Bounding box state is now correctly handled when sending additional designs to a compare set. AMB-3029- A crash when going to an array collection item has been fixed.
Zeplin Color Picker is crafted and maintained by the crew behind Zeplin. Follow @zeplin on Twitter for project updates and releases.
The latest release of Apache Zeppelin is 0.8.2.
0.8.2 released on Sep 29, 2019 (release notes) (git tag)
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Make sure that docker is installed in your local machine.
Use this command to launch Apache Zeppelin in a container.
notebook directories, use the volume option for docker container.
If you have trouble accessing
localhost:8080 in the browser, Please clear browser cache.
It is essential that you verify the integrity of the downloaded files using the PGP or MD5 signatures. This signature should be matched against the KEYS file.
For developers, to get latest 0.9.0-SNAPSHOT check README.
0.8.1 released on Jan 23, 2019 (release notes) (git tag)
0.8.0 released on June 28, 2018 (release notes) (git tag)
0.7.3 released on Sep 21, 2017 (release notes) (git tag)
0.7.2 released on Jun 12, 2017 (release notes) (git tag)
0.7.1 released on Mar 31, 2017 (release notes) (git tag)
0.7.0 released on Feb 5, 2017 (release notes) (git tag)
0.6.2 released on Oct 15, 2016 (release notes) (git tag)
Note: From Zeppelin version 0.6.2, Spark interpreter in binary package is compatible with Spark 2.0 & Scala 2.11 and Spark 1.6(or previous) & Scala 2.10. You can use even different version of Spark at the same time if you set different SPARK_HOME in interpreter setting page.
0.6.1 released on Aug 15, 2016 (release notes) (git tag)
Note: Zeppelin-0.6.1 is built with Scala 2.11 by default. If you want to build Zeppelin with Scala 2.10 or install interpreter built with Scala 2.10(other than Spark interpreter), please see install or interpreter installation.
0.6.0 released on Jul 2, 2016 (release notes) (git tag)
0.5.6-incubating released on Jan 22, 2016 (release notes) (git tag)
0.5.5-incubating released on Nov 18, 2015 (release notes) (git tag)
0.5.0-incubating released on July 23, 2015 (release notes) (git tag)
Thanks to many Zeppelin contributors, we can provide much more interpreters in every release.
Please check the Supported Interpreters before you download Zeppelin package.