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react-svg-loader

2.1.0 • Public • Published

react-svg-loader

Install

npm i react-svg-loader --save-dev

or

yarn add react-svg-loader --dev

Usage

// without webpack loader config
import Image1 from 'react-svg-loader!./image1.svg';
 
// or if you're passing all .svg files via react-svg-loader,
import Image2 from './image1.svg';
 
// and use it like any other React Component
<Image1 width={50} height={50}/>
<Image2 width={50} height={50}/>

Loader output

By default the loader outputs ES2015 code (with JSX compiled to JavaScript using babel-preset-react). You can combine it with babel-loader + babel-preset-env to compile it down to your target.

// In your webpack config
{
  test: /\.svg$/,
  use: [
    {
      loader: "babel-loader"
    },
    {
      loader: "react-svg-loader",
      options: {
        jsx: true // true outputs JSX tags
      }
    }
  ]
}

SVGO options

{
  test: /\.svg$/,
  use: [
    "babel-loader",
    {
      loader: "react-svg-loader",
      options: {
        svgo: {
          plugins: [
            { removeTitle: false }
          ],
          floatPrecision: 2
        }
      }
    }
  ]
}

Internals

Input SVG

SVG Optimize using SVGO

Babel Transform with preset=react and plugin=svgToComponent

Assumptions and Other gotchas

  • Root element is always <svg>
  • SVG is optimized using SVGO

LICENSE

MIT

install

npm i react-svg-loader

Downloadsweekly downloads

44,359

version

2.1.0

license

MIT

homepage

github.com

repository

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