Official open source SVG icon library for Bootstrap. (by twbs)

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  • How to install Bootstrap 5 in Angular 17... Standalone components Including css,js & icons.
    2 projects | dev.to | 10 Mar 2024
  • My open source video editor made with Godot, editor layout progress + Roadmap
    2 projects | /r/godot | 8 Dec 2023
    Not sure if you already are using, but bootstrap has a lot of readymade icons for a project like this.
  • Creating a site with downloadable SVG illustrations
    1 project | /r/Wordpress | 27 Oct 2023
  • UI Resources For Your Next Projects
    1 project | dev.to | 5 Oct 2023
    Bootstrap Icons
  • Merge your first Pull Request - Prepare for the Hacktoberfest 2023
    3 projects | dev.to | 4 Sep 2023
    You can take the svg element from here. In the filter section type emoji and choose your desired emoji and copy the HTML. It will look like this
  • How to Build A Reusable Dialog With Blazor and Plain Css
    2 projects | dev.to | 29 Aug 2023
    💡 This step is optional, but I wanted to use an icon for the close dialog button, which you'll see in a minute, but if you want to follow along, head to https://icons.getbootstrap.com/ ,scroll all the way down, copy the CDN Link, and paste it in the head of index.html
  • Ask HK: How would a world where AI is able to write any software be?
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Aug 2023
    I wouldn't say it is more or less difficult, it is just a lot of work that somebody or something has to do.

    Just to take an example, that Excel clone is going to need a whole lot of icons which have to come from somewhere. If you're not picky about what they look like you can find some icon set like


    which I picked for my RSS reader because I am using Bootstrap CSS already which itself is a low-effort choice because I use Reactstrap at work. Somebody pickier could look at free and paid icon sets or hire a graphic designer which would involve a significant amount of talking about how you want it made.

    I am mainly a coder but my exact responsibilities have varied a lot from place to place. YOShInOn, my RSS reader and intelligent agent, is a one-man show which eliminates the overhead of communicating about things but means I don't get the benefit of other people's insight. I worked at an academic library where my first assignment was to take a very detailed Photoshop comp and make HTML that looked exactly like it. In other places nobody told me how it was supposed to look, or it was obvious from the get-go that I was supposed to add a new field to this form and it is going to have look like the rest of the form. I worked at a web development company where I worked on about 70 web sites in 8 months and we did projects very fast and cheap and forms that we made from scratch always followed a style guide we called "spider forms" which meant we could get better-than-average results without spending much time thinking. Where I work now I don't make decisions about the database schema except when I do, other places I was basically a DBA.

    So the point is a "coder" can have varying levels of responsibility for UX, business rules: they can get very vague descriptions of what it supposed to happen and they figure it out, or I can get very detailed storyboards for everything. One way or another a lot of design and planning work has to get done.

    A "low code" or "no code" system, whatever technology it is based on, is going to have to have a lot of decisions already made for you within some particular domain. Most of the worlds' business applications involve filling out forms and updating a database. But you might want a toolkit for making games that look like The Legend of Zelda with very little coding, or maybe something for making applications that put objects into your space with a Hololens or Apple Vision.

    You could bust out apps really quickly if you take the defaults in a domain but if you want to make something really special the sky is the limit for the talent involved. Take a look at the credits for a major video game for instance.

  • Hugging Face
    2 projects | /r/Sundries | 10 Jun 2023
  • Help a student out
    1 project | /r/webdev | 10 May 2023
  • 5 Awesome GitHub Repositories To Contribute To!
    11 projects | dev.to | 2 Apr 2023
    Bootstrap Icons are packaged up and published to npm. We only include the processed SVGs in this package—it's up to you and your team to implement. Read our docs for usage instructions.
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    surveyjs.io | 18 Apr 2024
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twbs/icons is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of icons is JavaScript.

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