Hiya, There are many coding fonts out there, but before you judge it too quickly, let me tell you the story of how “Dank Mono” came to be.
There a lot of coding fonts out there that focus on rendering well at a wide range of font sizes. But when I previously used some of them, none were as beautiful as some display fonts out there. I really wanted a coding font that is designed with aesthetics in mind at reasonable font sizes like 14px. So this is why I eventually made Dank Mono! With the main goals of italics, having some ligatures, powerline symbols, and small details on every single letter.
I hope you all like it! Cheers!
Edit: One more thing, if you decide to buy Dank Mono please feel free to use this 15% coupon code: "producthunt27783"; Grab 'em while they're hot, since it's only valid for the first 30 people! :)
Edit 2: The coupon has now been extended to more people (45)
@_philpl I GRABBED IT AND IT BURNT MY HAND 😱 [BUT IT WAS WORTH IT 😍]
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@_philpl I purchased the font :) Thanks man! Good job!
@_philpl anyyyymore coupons out there floating around? :) I'm itching to give this font a shot.
@_philpl you got anymore coupon, I'd love to get my hand on this, wicked beautiful.
@bcphung @zhud I've extended the coupon to be valid for 45 ppl :)
@bcphung @_philpl Purchased!
@_philpl could you give that coupon code one more round? So desperately want to use this beaut!
@_philpl could you provide another discount coupon please
This should be always your default font for programming! I've been using it since day 1 and I have to say it worth every single penny, ligatures and cursives makes it a delightful font! 👌🏻
💯% recommended to every developer out there in the wild! You won't regret!
It's pretty much San Francisco Mono and Operator Mono combined. I like it a lot :-)
I write code everyday in life. However £40 for a monospaced font?
If you buy this then congratulations, you clearly have money with which to set fire to.
I'd love to try it to see if it makes a difference in coding happiness. Never thought about changing the font, still using the default font in Sublime Text 3. I've only changed the theme and syntax highlighting.
Love the simple site you setup btw, very fast. What'd you use to implement the no user/pass login?
@mscccc Hiya, cheers first of all for buying the font! :) I've implemented a custom system for the login and the emails are processed by Postmark
I wasn't sure, if it's reasonable enough to give $40 for a font (for EU citizens it's actually £40, even more). Yet, I decided to give it a go and support Phil's brave idea.
I use mainly PHP and the font doesn't come that fancy for it, but front-end languages got a serious improvement.
Generally speaking, it's the best font I've experienced on a Retina Mac. Great job! 👍
I find it quite unreadable...the italics mainly.
Absolutely well intentioned, but overstates itself.
Things that increase the value of your product, like research, was purposefully avoided, along with established patterns (Why? No reason given). Jargon like "monotone spacing" (which isn't a thing) is scattered throughout the post without explanation or definition.
I fear this is an open source font with some added glyphs, bent corners, a medium post, and somehow got much more traffic than it deserves.
@tommyjmarshall You find the Medium post to be lacking a description of the research behind the font? I find this assessment highly surprising as the post’s topic is not at all about *all* the choices that have been made, which is also a post I'm not interested in creating. Instead it displays a carefully selected set of glyphs to make a point about some of the font’s goals; I’m not a typographer so some of the jargon and phrasing is definitely not on point, but is clearly not something that reflects onto the post. I'd highly appreciate some feedback on Medium though ;) "Monotone spacing" for instance was intended to be just that: Spacing of glyphs that is monotonous thus not breaking the rhythm between glyphs. You're also free to inspect all the glyphs, but they've all been drawn from scratch, so what you'll find is *not* a remarketed OSS font, which would clearly be foul play otherwise.