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react-icons

v4.4.0

Published

SVG React icons of popular icon packs using ES6 imports

Downloads

5,393,338

Readme

React Icons

npm

Include popular icons in your React projects easily with react-icons, which utilizes ES6 imports that allows you to include only the icons that your project is using.

Installation (for standard modern project)

yarn add react-icons
# or
npm install react-icons --save

example usage

import { FaBeer } from 'react-icons/fa';

class Question extends React.Component {
    render() {
        return <h3> Lets go for a <FaBeer />? </h3>
    }
}

View the documentation for further usage examples and how to use icons from other packages. NOTE: each Icon package has it's own subfolder under react-icons you import from.

For example, to use an icon from Material Design, your import would be: import { ICON_NAME } from 'react-icons/md';

Installation (for meteorjs, gatsbyjs, etc)

If your project grows in size, this option is available. This method has the trade-off that it takes a long time to install the package.

yarn add @react-icons/all-files
# or
npm install @react-icons/all-files --save

example usage

import { FaBeer } from "@react-icons/all-files/fa/FaBeer";
class Question extends React.Component {
  render() {
    return <h3> Lets go for a <FaBeer />? </h3>
  }
}

Icons

Icon Library|License|Version|Count ---|---|---|--- Font Awesome|CC BY 4.0 License|5.15.4 7d3d774145ac38663f6d1effc6def0334b68ab7e|1612 Ionicons 4|MIT|4.6.3|696 Ionicons 5|MIT|5.5.0|1332 Material Design icons|Apache License Version 2.0|4.0.0-12-g63c5cb3060 63c5cb306073a9ecdfd3579f0f696746ab6305f6|3650 Typicons|CC BY-SA 3.0|2.1.2|336 Github Octicons icons|MIT|8.5.0|184 Feather|MIT|4.28.0|286 Game Icons|CC BY 3.0|12920d6565588f0512542a3cb0cdfd36a497f910|4040 Weather Icons|SIL OFL 1.1|2.0.12|219 Devicons|MIT|1.8.0|192 Ant Design Icons|MIT|4.2.1|789 Bootstrap Icons|MIT|1.5.0|1846 Remix Icon|Apache License Version 2.0|2.5.0|2271 Flat Color Icons|MIT|1.0.2|329 Grommet-Icons|Apache License Version 2.0|4.6.2|615 Heroicons|MIT|1.0.4|460 Simple Icons|CC0 1.0 Universal|5.16.0|2024 IcoMoon Free|CC BY 4.0 License|d006795ede82361e1bac1ee76f215cf1dc51e4ca|491 BoxIcons|CC BY 4.0 License|2.0.9|757 css.gg|MIT|2.0.0|704 VS Code Icons|CC BY 4.0|0.0.23|383 Tabler Icons|MIT|1.68.0|1978

You can add more icons by submitting pull requests or creating issues.

Configuration

You can configure react-icons props using React Context API.

Requires React 16.3 or higher.

import { IconContext } from "react-icons";

<IconContext.Provider value={{ color: "blue", className: "global-class-name" }}>
  <div>
    <FaFolder />
  </div>
</IconContext.Provider>

| Key | Default | Notes | | ----------- | --------------------- | ------------------------------- | | color | undefined (inherit) | | | size | 1em | | | className | undefined | | | style | undefined | Can overwrite size and color | | attr | undefined | Overwritten by other attributes | | title | undefined | Icon description for accessibility |

Migrating from version 2 -> 3

Change import style

Import path has changed. You need to rewrite from the old style.

// OLD IMPORT STYLE
import FaBeer from 'react-icons/lib/fa/beer';

class Question extends React.Component {
    render() {
        return <h3> Lets go for a <FaBeer />? </h3>
    }
}
// NEW IMPORT STYLE
import { FaBeer } from 'react-icons/fa';

class Question extends React.Component {
    render() {
        return <h3> Lets go for a <FaBeer />? </h3>
    }
}

Ending up with a large JS bundle? Check out this issue.

Adjustment CSS

From version 3, vertical-align: middle is not automatically given. Please use IconContext to specify className or specify an inline style.

Global Inline Styling

<IconContext.Provider value={{ style: { verticalAlign: 'middle' } }}>

Global className Styling

Component

<IconContext.Provider value={{ className: 'react-icons' }}>

CSS

.react-icons {
  vertical-align: middle;
}

TypeScript native support

Dependencies on @types/react-icons can be deleted.

Yarn

yarn remove @types/react-icons

NPM

npm remove @types/react-icons

Contributing

Development

yarn
yarn submodule  # fetch icon sources
cd packages/react-icons
yarn build

Preview

The preview site is the react-icons website, built in NextJS.

cd packages/react-icons
yarn build

cd ../preview
yarn start

Demo

The demo is a Create React App boilerplate with react-icons added as a dependency for easy testing.

cd packages/react-icons
yarn build

cd ../demo
yarn start

Why React SVG components instead of fonts?

SVG is supported by all major browsers. With react-icons, you can serve only the needed icons instead of one big font file to the users, helping you to recognize which icons are used in your project.

Related Projects

Licence

MIT

  • Icons are taken from the other projects so please check each project licences accordingly.