Iconoir

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What is Iconoir?

Iconoir is an open-source library with 1300+ unique SVG icons, designed on a 24x24 pixels grid. No premium icons, no email sign-up, no newsletters.

Browse at iconoir.com →

Basic Usage

You can download any icon of the pack directly from https://iconoir.com or get them from this repository.

Additionally, the icons are available via the iconoir NPM package:

yarn add iconoir
# or
npm i iconoir

Example usage:

import Iconoir from 'iconoir/icons/iconoir.svg'

React

A React library is available to install under the name iconoir-react. For more details, see the package README.

React Native

A React Native library is available to install under the name iconoir-react-native. For more details, see the package README.

Vue

A Vue library is available to install under the name @iconoir/vue. For more details, see the package README.

Flutter

A Flutter library is available to install under the name iconoir_flutter. For more details, see the package README.

Framer

Iconoir is happily part of Framer now. To start using the icons: On the top menu, Insert > Graphics > Iconoir. You can switch between icons from the right sidebar in the editor.

CSS

Import the CSS File:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/iconoir-icons/[email protected]/css/iconoir.css">

Here is an example in HTML:

<i class="iconoir-hand-brake"></i>

The class must always be "iconoir-" and then the name of the icon. You can find the names of the icons here.

The icons are display: inline-block and default to the current font size. You can control this by adjusting the ::before styles of the element (which is where the icons are added as a mask).

Figma

The library is available in the Figma community here.

Swift Package

To add Iconoir-swift to your Xcode project, follow these steps:

  1. In Xcode, open your project and navigate to File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency...
  2. Enter the repository URL: https://github.com/iconoir-icons/iconoir-swift.git
  3. Choose the branch or version you want to add, and click Next.
  4. Select the target where you want to use the package, then click Finish.

UIKit

import UIKit
import Iconoir

let imageView = UIImageView(image: Iconoir.bell.asUIImage)

SwiftUI

import SwiftUI
import Iconoir

struct ContentView: View {
    var body: some View {
        Iconoir.bell.asImage
            .foregroundColor(.blue)
            .font(.system(size: 24))
    }
}

License

MIT License

Read it on GitHub
If you prefer, you can take a look at our documentation on our GitHub repository.
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