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This project contains all icons of COYO's custom SVG icon set. If you want to add a new icon to this repository, please make sure that your SVG icon conforms with the overall structure of the other SVG icons:

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 24 24">
  <path d="{{ICON_PATH}}"/>

Package management

This project is using npm as a package manager. This is especially important if you want to add new dependencies to a project and fail to provide an updated package-lock.json. This will cause the CI build to fail. If dependencies in the package lock do not match those in package.json, npm will exit with an error in the CI build, instead of updating the package lock.


Run npm run build to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist directory. SVG sprites and style definitions for different preprocessors will automatically be generated in dist/style and dist/svg respectively. Also, standalone HTML previews will become available in the dist directory.


The library can be published by running npm publish. However, the preferred way to publish a new version of the library is via the CI setup. A new version of the library will automatically be published to our JFrog Artifactory when pushing a new tag on the master branch. To simplyfy this process, you can use the following npm commands:

  • npm run release:major releases a new major version
  • npm run release:minor releases a new minor version
  • npm run release:patch releases a new patch version

These commands will automatically increase the version number in the package.json and package-lock.json, commit the changed files, create a corresponding git tag and push everything to the remote branch. This will then automatically trigger an update of https://coyoapp.gitlab.io/icons and publish a new library version.

Adding icons via the browser

  1. Go to Repository > Files > assets and upload your new icon to the assets directory.

  2. Upload the files to the master branch and add a commit message.

  3. Navigate to CI/CD > Pipelines and find the pipeline triggered by your recent commit. Than run the manual version job to automatically trigger the build and publish jobs for a new patch release.


npm i @coyoapp/icons

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