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Svelte Coreui Icons

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Coreui Icons for Svelte.

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Repo

GitHub Repo

Original source

coreui/coreui-icons

License

Svelte-Coreui-Icons License

Coreui-Icons LICENSE

Installation

pnpm i -D svelte-coreui-icons

Usage

In a svelte file:

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<Cib500px />
<Activity />
<Airplay />

Faster compiling

If you need only a few icons from this library in your Svelte app, import them directly. This can optimize compilation speed and improve performance by reducing the amount of code processed during compilation.

<script>
  import Cib500px from 'svelte-coreui-icons/Cib500px.svelte';
</script>

<Cib500px />

Props

Brand & Free

  • size = ctx.size || '32';
  • role = ctx.role || 'img';
  • color = ctx.color || 'currentColor';
  • ariaLabel = 'file name';

Flag

  • width = ctx.width || 301;
  • height = ctx.height || 151;
  • role = ctx.role || 'img';
  • ariaLabel = 'file name';

IDE support

If you are using an LSP-compatible editor, such as VSCode, Atom, Sublime Text, or Neovim, hovering over a component name will display a documentation link, features, props, events, and an example.

Size

Use the size prop to change the size of icons.

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<Cib500px size="30" />

If you are using Tailwind CSS, you can add a custom size using Tailwind CSS by including the desired classes in the class prop. For example:

<Cib500px class="shrink-0 h-20 w-20" />

Setting Global Icon using setContext

You can establish global icon preferences in your Svelte application using setContext. This allows you to configure icon-related properties once and share them across multiple components. Here's how you can do it:

<script>
  import { setContext } from 'svelte';

  // Define your global icon settings
  const iconCtx = {
    size: '100', // Icon size in pixels
    color: '#ff4488', // Icon color in hexadecimal or CSS color name
    role: 'svg icon image' // Accessible role for the icon
  };
  setContext('iconCtx', iconCtx);
</script>

The size, color, and role properties are optional, allowing you to fine-tune the appearance and accessibility of your icons as needed.

If you set size, icons can be customized with different colors. For example:

<script>
  import { setContext } from 'svelte';
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
  const iconCtx = {
    size: '50'
  };
  setContext('iconCtx', iconCtx);
</script>

<Cib500px color="#ff4488" />

Remember that you can set only one or two of these properties, allowing you to tailor icon settings to your specific design and accessibility requirements.

Feel free to mix and match these properties as needed to create visually appealing and accessible icons in your Svelte application.

Creating a Default Icon Setting

You can create a config file, /src/lib/icon.config.json.

The Icon component serves as a wrapper for svelte:component, allowing you to establish a global default setting or expand the capabilities of a component.

To create a default global icon setting, follow these steps:

Configuration File

Start by creating a configuration file named /src/lib/icon.config.json with the following structure:

{
  "config1": {
    "size": 40,
    "color": "#FF5733"
  },
  "config2": {
    "size": 50,
    "color": "#445533"
  }
}

In this JSON file, you can define different configurations (config1 and config2 in this case) for your icons, specifying attributes like size, variation, and color.

Implementation

In your Svelte page file, make use of the configurations from the JSON file:

<script lang="ts">
  import config from '$lib/icon.config.json';
  import { Icon, CibAndroidAlt, CilAlarm } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
  type IconConfig = {
    config1: {
      size: number;
      color: string;
    };
    config2: {
      size: number;
      color: string;
    };
  };
  const iconConfig: IconConfig = config;
  const config1 = iconConfig.config1;
  const config2 = iconConfig.config2;
</script>

<Icon {...config1} icon="{CibAndroidAlt}" />
<Icon {...config2} icon="{CilAlarm}" />

We import the configurations from the JSON file and assign them to config1 and config2. We then utilize the Icon component with the spread attributes {...config1} and {...config2} to apply the respective configurations to each icon.

Custom Default Icon

If you wish to create a custom default icon, you can follow these steps:

Create a Svelte component named src/lib/MyIcon.svelte:

<script lang="ts">
  import type { ComponentType } from 'svelte';
  const config = {
    size: 30,
    color: '#FF5733'
  };
  import { Icon } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
  export let icon: ComponentType;
</script>

<Icon {...config} {icon} />

This component, MyIcon.svelte, accepts an icon prop which you can use to pass in the specific icon component you want to display. The default configuration is also applied to the icon.

Implementation in a Page

To use your custom default icon in a Svelte page, do the following:

<script>
  import MyIcon from '$lib/MyIcon.svelte';
  import { CibAndroidAlt } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<MyIcon icon="{CibAndroidAlt}" />

Here, we import the MyIcon component and the CibAndroidAlt icon. By passing the CibAndroidAlt icon to the icon prop of MyIcon, you apply the default configuration to the icon.

CSS HEX Colors

Use the color prop to change colors with HEX color code.

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<Cib500px color="#c61515" />

CSS frameworks suport

You can apply CSS framework color and other attributes directly to the icon component or its parent tag using the class prop.

Tailwind example:

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<Cib500px class="text-red-700 dark:text-green-300 inline m-1" />

Bootstrap example:

<Cib500px class="position-absolute top-0 px-1" />

Dark mode with Tailwind CSS

If you are using the dark mode on your website with Tailwind CSS, add your dark mode class to the class prop.

Let's use dark for the dark mode class as an example.

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<Cib500px class="text-blue-700 dark:text-red-500" />

aria-label

All icons have aria-label. For example Cib500px has aria-label="cib 500px". Use ariaLabel prop to modify the aria-label value.

<Cib500px ariaLabel="my aria label" />

Unfocusable icon

If you want to make an icon unfocusable, add tabindex="-1".

<Cib500px tabindex="-1" />

Events

All icons have the following events:

  • on:click
  • on:keydown
  • on:keyup
  • on:focus
  • on:blur
  • on:mouseenter
  • on:mouseleave
  • on:mouseover
  • on:mouseout

Passing down other attributes

You can pass other attibutes as well.

<Cib500px tabindex="0" />

Using svelte:component

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<svelte:component this="{Cib500px}" />

Using onMount

<script>
  import { Cib500px } from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
  import { onMount } from 'svelte';
  const props = {
    size: '50',
    color: '#ff0000'
  };
  onMount(() => {
    const icon = new Cib500px({ target: document.body, props });
  });
</script>

Import all

Use import * as Icon from 'svelte-coreui-icons.

<script>
  import * as Icon from 'svelte-coreui-icons';
</script>

<h1>Size</h1>
<Icon.Cib500px size="30" />
<Icon.Cib500px size="40" />
<Icon.Cib500px size="50" />

<h1>CSS HEX color</h1>
<Icon.Cib500px color="#c61515" size="40" />

<h1>Tailwind CSS</h1>
<Icon.Cib500px class="text-blue-500" />
<Icon.Cib500px class="text-pink-700" />

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