An online color picker is a graphical user interface (GUI) element that allows users to select a color
visually and provides its corresponding color code or value. It is typically used in web development
or graphic design applications, where precise color selection is important.
Online color pickers can vary in features and complexity, ranging from simple tools that allow users to
select from a limited set of colors to advanced tools that offer a wide range of options such as color
gradients, custom palettes, and more.
This color utility produces an RGB (Red, Green, Blue) code representing a color. This numerical
representation of a color specifies the intensity of each of the three primary colors
(red, green, and blue) that are combined to create the color. The RGB code is represented
as a set of three values ranging from 0 to 255, or as a hexadecimal value, ranging from 00 to FF.
For example, the RGB code for pure red is (255,0,0), which means the red component is fully saturated,
while green and blue components are absent. Similarly, the RGB code for pure green is (0,255,0),
and the RGB code for pure blue is (0,0,255).