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1000+ Pixel-perfect svg icons for your next project as Vue components

1000+ Pixel-perfect svg icons for your next project as Vue components

vue-unicons

1000+ Pixel-perfect svg unicons for your next project as Vue components.

Developed with love for developers

A simple way to add the necessary icons and install them.

demo

Install

NPM

Installing with npm is recommended and it works seamlessly with webpack.

npm i vue-unicons

Download

You can download latest version from the Github: Download

Quick start

Global

To use in your project:

  1. Import vue-unicons
  2. Grab the icons you want and add then into Unicon library
  3. Install Unicon into Vue

main.js

import Vue from 'vue'
import App from './App.vue'
import Unicon from 'vue-unicons'
import { uniLayerGroupMonochrome, uniCarWash } from 'vue-unicons/src/icons'

Unicon.add([uniLayerGroupMonochrome, uniCarWash])
Vue.use(Unicon)

new Vue({
  render: h => h(App)
}).$mount('#app')

App.vue

Use the name of icon without the uni prefix, icon style and in the kebab-case:

uniCarWash -> car-wash

uniLayerGroupMonochrome -> layer-group

<template>
  <div>
    <unicon name="car-wash" fill="limegreen"></unicon>
    <unicon name="layer-group" fill="royalblue" icon-style="monochrome"></unicon>
  </div>
</template>

Add custom icons

No icons you need? No problem, you can add custom svg icons.

custom-icons.js

// Always use a prefix to avoid coincidence with existing icons.
export const myCustomIcon = {
  name: 'my-custom-icon',
  style: 'line',
  path: '<path d="M16.327 10.775a.312.312 0 0...</path>' // Copy everything inside the svg tag of the icon you want and past there
}

For correct positioning of svg icon please make sure that the icon to be added has viewBox="0 0 X X"

main.js

import Vue from 'vue'
import App from './App.vue'
import Unicon from 'vue-unicons'
import { uniConstructor, uniCarWash } from 'vue-unicons/src/icons'
import { myCustomIcon } from './custom-icons'

Unicon.add([uniConstructor, uniCarWash, myCustomIcon])
Vue.use(Unicon)

new Vue({
  render: h => h(App)
}).$mount('#app')

App.vue

<template>
  <div>
    <unicon name="constructor" fill="royalblue"></unicon>
    <unicon name="car-wash" fill="limegreen"></unicon>
    <unicon name="my-custom-icon" fill="royalblue" />
  </div>
</template>

See example

Nuxt

Installation in Nuxt is almost the same, except that you need import SSR build of library, styles and create a separate file in the plugins folder:

plugins/vue-unicons.js

import Vue from 'vue'
import Unicon from 'vue-unicons/dist/vue-unicons-ssr.common.js'
import { uniLayerGroupMonochrome, uniCarWash } from 'vue-unicons/src/icons'
import 'vue-unicons/dist/vue-unicons-ssr.css'

Unicon.add([uniLayerGroupMonochrome, uniCarWash])
Vue.use(Unicon)

Then we add the file path inside the plugins key in nuxt.config.js, and set mode: 'client' to make vue-unicons work only in a browser.

  ...
  plugins: [
    { src: '~/plugins/vue-unicons', mode: 'client' }
  ]
  ...

Props

Name Description Type Accepted values Default value
name Icon name string - -
width Width of icon string - -
height Height of icon string - -
fill Fill color of icon string HEX or color name -
icon-style Icon style string line / monochrome line

Events

Name Description Payload
click Triggered when icon was clicked -

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