We've got some great news to share with all of you today! 🎉 We've just deployed native dark mode support for our website just a few minutes ago! 😎 It took some time for the server to re-generate all the pattern and variation SVGs (yes, they also look different in dark mode!), so I wanted to wait until it's all done to make this blog post 🙂.
It took us some time, but after yet another encouragement from our moderators last week, I finally decided to bump the priority up a bit and implement it 🙂. And I'm super happy I did! 🙂 I think it'll now be a lot better for your eyes, especially when the sun goes down at night 🙂. It was also requested a lot by our moderators and me, as we all love dark mode, and are really used to it in other places 🙂.
The website will now automatically adapt to the setting of your web browser, which usually adapts to the operating system setting. The way I prefer using dark mode, is to set it up in Mac OS / Windows, as I prefer having it on in all of the apps I'm using, even throughout the day. If you don't want to change it for the whole system, it should also be possible to enable it only in your web browser. It should work in all modern web browsers, but I strongly recommend using Google Chrome, as it's the golden standard these days, especially for developers. If you're on a mac, you might want to keep using Safari, as it's a bit better optimised for performance and battery life, but when it comes to the standards, Chrome is definitely leading 🙂.
So that's it for today 🙂, hope you'll like the new update, and if you find any problem with it whatsoever, I'll be more than happy to know 🙂. Take care! ❤️