My side project: a website to catalog Razer Chroma profiles by games, colors, speeds, authors, etc.

Discussion in 'Razer Chroma' started by spectragate, Sep 4, 2018.

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  1. spectragate

    spectragate New Member

    Hi all

    I've had a Razer keyboard for a while now, but while I love using it I found it hard to search profiles related to specific games or colors. To make it easier to track down profiles I put together a website that catalogs all the profiles uploaded to the Chroma Workshop:

    www.chroma-lighting-gallery.com

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    It allows you to:
    • Filter by games. You can also filter by tv-shows, movies, regions, speeds, etc, but games are the big one.
    • Filter by multiple colors.
    • Show all profiles uploaded by a single user.
    • Search for profiles by keywords.
    • Preview profiles quickly by hovering the thumbnail for a preview gif.
    There are no ads and this is purely a 'for the community' site.

    If you guys have any suggestions on features you would like to see, let me know. At the moment there's no user accounts on the site so that limits some features I'd like to implement. But post your suggestions anyway and I'll see what I can do.

    Also, if you notice any incorrect tags or think of a category that could be added, let me know. For example, I'm thinking of adding a "Razer Staff Pick" category to those profiles that have been featured on the Chroma blog.

    Enjoy :)
     
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2018
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  2. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    That's just great !
    Thaks for the idea.
     
  3. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    Sweet!
    Got a GitHub repo?

    Would be really cool if you either somehow converted the profile to JavaScript or let creators upload a JavaScript version.
    This way you can use RazerJS to let people preview an effect without downloading it!
     
  4. spectragate

    spectragate New Member

    Thanks Lafar, hope you find the site useful.

    I don't have a github repo since the site code is probably not that interesting. Although I did make an XML parser that might be worth uploading.

    As for RazerJS, I hadn't heard of that before and it looks neat. If I could that working with my XML parser that could be very interesting to play with. Thanks for the tip!
     
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  5. RedfoxTac

    RedfoxTac New Member

    i like it! its very well thought out, and organized perfectly. if i may sugesst and page for the site for the synapse 3 support since lighting effects with synapse 2 profiles do not work with synapse 3.
     
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