This is the Windows app named Fira Code whose latest release can be downloaded as Fira_Code_v6.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Fira Code is a free and open source monospaced font containing programming ligatures for the most commonly-used multi-character combinations in programming. Programmers use a lot of symbols that are encoded through a series of characters. Often these symbols are quickly done and overlooked, causing errors due to spacing, etc. Fira Code helps solve such problems. While all programming languages should be designed with full-fledged Unicode symbols for operators, such is not yet the case. Until then, there's Fira Code.
Fira Code's solution is clean, simple and only font rendering. This means that the underlying code is still very much ASCII-compatible, allowing for the faster reading and understanding of code.
- Full set of monospaced font containing ligatures, including wide array of arrows
- Character variants
- Support for ASCII/box drawing, powerline and other forms of console UIs
- Unicode coverage
- Compatible with numerous editors, terminals and browsers
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