A litle library that allows you to detect the difference between 2 given colors.
For example: if you have your text color is black, and the background color is white. Then the function will just return the black color, because the difference between these 2 colors is too much to return a new one.
Otherwise, if your background and text color is the same, the function will computed the difference between 2 colors, and the
difference ratio is 1, then the function will return a new one.
Ratio = 1, it means that 2 colors are the same. Lower the ratio is, your color will be visible.
npm install colors-diff
You have one main function, is
colorsDiff. This function takes 4 parameters like this:
fColoris the first color that you give to the function. This parameter can be in RGB or HEX format.
sColoris the second color that you give to the function. This parameter can be in RGB or HEX format.
acptRatio, you can specify the
accepted ratio, if the function has a ratio that upper than the one you specified, the function will automacatilly pick a new color from the
rplColorsarray. So that's why I highly recommaned to specify the
rplColors, if the function detects a collision between 2 given colors. This one will pick a color with the lowest ratio, and return it.
NOTE: the returned result will be replace the
fColor and not the