Supporters of gay marriage wave the rainbow flag after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry, Friday, June 26, 2015. Tech industry leaders, including Apple's Tim Cook, hailed the ruling. Reuters

It’s official: Same-sex marriage is legal across the U.S. With diversity being a major talking point in the technology industry, a number of major tech companies and executives took to Twitter immediately after the Supreme Court ruled Friday morning to show their support.

Here's a sampling of the comments from an industry that, by its own admission, still has a long way to go in achieving diversity of race and gender.

Jumping on the bandwagon early, Microsoft tweeted in anticipation of the ruling.

Android is allowing people to create their own characters with rainbow-colored items like glasses, headbands and flags in support of gay pride.

Tim Cook
A short but pointed message from the Apple CEO, who recently came out as gay.

The tech giant retweeted this post from its YouTube subsidiary after the ruling. Also, head over to the search engine and type in "gay marriage" or "marriage equality" and take a look at the search banner that pops up.

The social network changed its display picture to its bird symbol in front of a rainbow background.

Another succinct post, and a video to match. The company also changed its display picture to reflect the decision, and Uber cars in the app show up with a little rainbow flag behind them.

Satya Nadella
The Microsoft CEO's tweet included a cute rainbow flag to show his support.

Satya Nadella Microsoft Tweet
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's tweet in support of marriage equality. Satya Nadella

The new social network that a lot of people are calling the anti-Facebook tweeted a story via the Chicago Tribune after the ruling.

A new filter in support of gay marriage has appeared on the app for some users.

One major gaming company jumped straight on the news.

While the company has yet to change its display pictures or post publicly about the ruling, it did make it possible for users to put a rainbow filter over their display pictures in support of pride.

The video-sharing website also showed its support for the news.

Marc Benioff
The Salesforce CEO tweeted a map of America, decked out as a rainbow flag.