Many Hype Extensions now additionally on GitHub

This is a little update about the extension project. So it started with @MarkHunte and myself discussing ways to extend Hype. Now some years later I am moving all my old school repositories to GitHub. Nothing will change in the extension thread and the files on my server. They only will additionally automatically be committed to GitHub.

Check out the repositories here (four are online, more to come):

PS: My username at GitHub is spreading the message our world needs :wink:

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Great! Thanks for doing all that. Any chance a small demo could be added to each extension repo?

Edit: Sorry, just realised that the only one without a demo is the HypeGlobalBehavior!

Even that one has a demo… or do you mean a hype document to download?

Sorry yeah what you have is fine, my bad! :wink:

Maybe a Hype document could be helpful?

Started updating the artwork of the extensions now featured on GitHub…

These extensions now have new cover art, 3 artworks done



December 5th, 2019: Added following new repositories, 5 artworks done


December 10th, 2019: Added 1 artwork

December 10th, 2019: Added following new repositories, Added 2 artworks


December 11th, 2019: Added following new repositories, Added 1 artwork

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The extensions now all have a JsDelivr-Version based on releases. It is the same Content Delivery Network (CDN) Tumult Hype uses when you chose it under advanced export. Meaning you can now easily use them in production without the need to download them first. Some other benefits are that you will be using the latest version if linked like this, examples based on the extensions can now be distributed without digging into my bandwidth and offering it through JsDelivr (a trusted third party) avoids the potential insecurity of me tracking your usage or spiking your download (what I haven’t been doing, to be clear). To link an extension this way just follow the instruction in each README. It is pretty effortless and straightforward (one copy & paste tho the head of your project).

PS: For all that care about this… SRI versions and specific releases can also be linked from JsDelivr.

Learn how to use the latest extension version and how to combine extentions into one file at

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I am busy setting up GitHub (covers, CDN through JsDelivr) and moving projects around. I am planning in creating much more documentation, continuing to write the Hype Cookbook and just got accepted into the GitHub Sponsorship program. They have this nice feature within the first year matching any donation/sponsorship doubling the financial impact. So, if anybody considered supporting ongoing development, existing repositories and future projects you can now do so at…


Any sponsorship or even consideration is much appreciated!

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