Submitting a new plugin or theme

We'd love to have your Hyper plugin or theme listed in the Hyper Store! If you want to add your plugin or theme to the Hyper Store list, follow the instructions that follow.

Create your plugin or theme

You can find instructions and details about the process of creating a new plugin or theme in the Hyper repository.

Publish your plugin or theme to npm

For users to easily install your package, we use npm as the underlying service, therefore your plugin or theme needs to be published to npm. We suggest that your plugin is named with the prefix hyper- (for example hyper-native) and has either hyper-plugin or hyper-theme as a keyword depending on the type of your package. This will help users easily identify your package as a Hyper plugin or theme.

Along with the previous suggestion, it'd be really helpful if your plugin is open-sourced so that the security conscious user will be able to review your code easily. To provide a repository in your package.json please refer to npm's documentation.

Submit your plugin or theme to Hyper Store

Create a pull request in the hyper-site repository, in which you should edit the plugins.json file and add the following information:

  // The example is written in the desired format. You do not need to include these comments.
  // Your name must match the name which you published your package under on npm
  "name": "hyper-snazzy",
  // Describe your theme or plugin! If you have a description in your package.json, this is optional
  "description": "Elegant Hyper theme with bright colors",
  // List if your package is a "plugin" or "theme" so we can properly sort it
  "type": "theme",
  // If your package is a theme, you can provide an array of colors that your theme uses!
  // This'll help catch the users eye
  "colors": [
  // The timestamp of the date in which you added your plugin or theme to this repo.
  // (Use npx to run `npx date-now-cli` in your terminal or use `` in your browser's console to get the current timestamp)
  "dateAdded": "1521644449784"

Also add a preview image of your plugin or theme to the public/store folder. Can be a gif, png, jpeg, etc. Recommended dimensions are 600x400 pixels but it'd be perfect if you could make the density 2x for retina screens (1200x800)

After you've edited the plugins.json file and uploaded the preview image, you can submit a pull-request to the repository with your changes. Once you've done that, we'll review it and if it's all good, we'll accept!

That's it, we're looking forward to seeing all of your plugins and themes added!