Top 23 Icon Open-Source Projects
The iconic SVG, font, and CSS toolkitProject mention: My Favorite Free Design Resources | reddit.com/r/u_Kailynrosecreative | 2022-08-08
Fontawesome: This site is well known, especially in the web design industry for their professionally designed icons. You can download them as vectors, html code, or as a font that will convert as an icon in you designs.
Material Design icons by GoogleProject mention: Free icon sources for use with websites with no link required. Any available? | reddit.com/r/software | 2022-05-04
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!
Simply beautiful open source iconsProject mention: Potherca's Weekly Github Stars - 2020 Week 25 | dev.to | 2022-06-28
Premium hand-crafted icons built by Ionic, for Ionic apps and web apps everywhere 🌎
BootstrapVue provides one of the most comprehensive implementations of Bootstrap v4 for Vue.js. With extensive and automated WAI-ARIA accessibility markup.Project mention: Noob question: What do you use to build your front ends? | reddit.com/r/laravel | 2022-07-12
BootstrapVue is the bundle: https://bootstrap-vue.org/
SVG icons for popular brandsProject mention: A Personal Website w/ EVERYTHING | dev.to | 2022-04-15
I went ahead and created some custom badges to add with my introduction with Shields.io - a very simple and easy-to-use site. I went ahead and looked at their icons that they use through Simple Icons and used my custom color in order to match my logo and the rest of the page.
A set of over 2150 free MIT-licensed high-quality SVG icons for you to use in your web projects.Project mention: Best Free WebIcons | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2022-06-23
Static code analysis for 29 languages.. Your projects are multi-language. So is SonarQube analysis. Find Bugs, Vulnerabilities, Security Hotspots, and Code Smells so you can release quality code every time. Get started analyzing your projects today for free.
:city_sunrise: A collection of links for free stock photography, video and Illustration websites
✒7000+ Material Design Icons from the CommunityProject mention: A super-simple and super-fast mdi icon search/picker | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2022-07-23
If you, like me, spend a bunch of time building web apps with Material, you may also be spending a chunk of time with https://materialdesignicons.com/ searching/picking icons to use across your app.
700+ Pure CSS, SVG & Figma UI Icons Available in SVG Sprite, styled-components, NPM & APIProject mention: 25 CSS Tools/Resources That You Should Bookmark | dev.to | 2022-01-15
svg react icons of popular icon packsProject mention: Project Documentation; Day 1 | dev.to | 2022-07-27
I have decided to use Nextjs to build the website (I will discuss why I choose Nextjs later), Tailwind and some icons (mainly heroicons and reacticons) with about 6 main pages and there could be more.
The next gen ls commandProject mention: Linux tool alternatives: 6 replacements for traditional favorites | reddit.com/r/linux | 2022-07-29
lsd : Beautiful "ls" (Alternative to Exa)
A scalable set of icons handcrafted with <3 by GitHubProject mention: Freelance vscode extension | reddit.com/r/u_Mickaell28 | 2022-07-16
But the icons are limited to: https://primer.style/octicons/
Official open source SVG icon library for Bootstrap.Project mention: Is there a plugin for automatically adding Bootstrap's SVGs like Emojis? | reddit.com/r/ObsidianMD | 2022-07-29
You can add emojis via a window that allows you to scroll through emojis. Does the same exist for Bootstrap's icons?
🍎Transform an SVG icon into multiple themes, and generate React icons，Vue icons，svg iconsProject mention: 100 design resources for developers | dev.to | 2021-11-26
Set of icons representing programming languages, designing & development toolsProject mention: Upgrade Your GitHub README.md | dev.to | 2022-03-18
When it comes to including your languages and frameworks, DevIcons GitHub Repository has free logos you can use. This would look something like:
🗂 High resolution web browser logosProject mention: I guess I'll make one of these | reddit.com/r/linuxmemes | 2022-07-29
Proudly made with Krita using icons from here.
:octocat: Improve your README.md profile with these amazing badges.Project mention: SEI General Assembly Grad AMA, 3mo after got 121k TC | reddit.com/r/codingbootcamp | 2022-07-23
Don't stop! Wherever you are in your journey, keep going. If you feel like something isn't working, adjust it. If you're getting technicals, but no offers do mock technicals and study up. If you're dumped at behavioral interviews, do mock behaviorals. Hearing nothing back? It's your resume. Don't just spin your wheels and wear yourself out, think like an engineer and try something else! Learn to not fear rejection. "What if the interviewer laughs at me, and says I'm dumb for not knowing x!" Then they're an asshole and they wasted your time. The literal worst that can happen is you figure out that you don't wanna work with them. Actually, the worst that can happen is not to try in the first place. If a job says they want 5 years or less of experience then apply anyway. Job postings are a wish list. If it says they have 2000 applicants already, apply anyway. If a company looks good to you and is asking for qualifications in the vague realm of anything you've seen before, apply. Sometimes a Sr level job posting could also be filled by 3-4 Jr's but you won't know if you don't apply. Qualify and prioritize you job leads. I will spend an hour or so finding job postings, saving the links, and then ordering them by which one's I am most excited about/ think I have the best shot of getting. Then I apply until I run out of energy and usually I won't make it to the end of the list. Then the next day I'll find more postings and order them including the one's I found the day before so I am only applying to postings I am really excited about. Last thing I can think of right now off the top of my head is to max out your LinkedIn and your GitHub profile, and to make a personal website from scratch (no word press). For LinkedIn fill out all the sections, list ONLY skills relevant to your job search, spin past experience to highlight transferable skills, list your title as the title you want, list your portfolio projects and links, and for bonus points make a custom profile banner in Figma or the like instead of the generic bland whatever banners most people have. For your website, make it simple AF (single page is best IMO), have your picture, links to projects, and a SHORT bio where you basically just say "hi." You want it short because recruiters are gonna spend .5 seconds on your website and you don't wanna spend to much time building it. Its not a project, its a display case for other projects (still put the code up on GH tho). Lastly, for GitHub make your profile look nice, have a nice picture of just your face as the prof pic, list your stack (use badges for some visual flair), and pin your projects to the page as well. Stats can be a good section to include as well. Avoid walls of text, no one will read it. Don't worry a ton about the "wall of green." If you are working on your projects consistently the commits you make naturally will be enough. As a bootcamper/self-taught/straight out of college/anyone with no professional tech experience, hiring managers are going to care most about your technical interview and your projects. They don't care about your GA cert, or the Udemy course you took, or the college degree you may or may not have. They care about what you can do. So show them. If you really knock these out of the park they will CARRY you (mostly, you still need to be able to explain them, and talk about your code in a meaningful way). Not all projects need to be visually flashy, and I am a big proponent of simple is better, BUT if your project has a GUI make it look decent. At the very least it will turn off recruiters and other non-technical people (and many technical people as well for that matter) if it is clear you put no effort into the appearance of your project. I can't stress enough that by look decent I mean a single column app that doesn't break when you change the screen size and has a color scheme that is intentional. Whatever you do, be intentional about it because you will need to be able to talk fluently and concisely about your intentions in your projects. Lastly, make your README docs spectacular. Have an intro section with a picture or (better yet) a GIF of your app in action, if it needs to be installed or setup in any way have directions that are so simple it is broken down BARNEY STYLE. Have a section where you talk about your planned features, what is the minimum viable product, and your proposed timeline for the project. If you do all this and really polish your README it WILL be noticed.
Papirus icon theme for LinuxProject mention: Change Thunar sidebar icons without changing home directory icons | reddit.com/r/xfce | 2022-08-07
That'll depend on your icon theme. I use Papirus and it looks closer to what you're asking for. It has colorful folder icons in the file browser and separate white ones for the sidebar.
Android-Iconics - Use any icon font, or vector (.svg) as drawable in your application.
Adds file type icons to Vim plugins such as: NERDTree, vim-airline, CtrlP, unite, Denite, lightline, vim-startify and many moreProject mention: Configuring NeoVim plugins | dev.to | 2022-08-03
Better yet, if you're using the vim-devicons plugin, use the patched version at Nerd Fonts that include the icons. The rest of the post follows as equal.
A Ruby gem that beautifies the terminal's ls command, with color and font-awesome icons. :tada:Project mention: Command Line Tools for Productive Developers | dev.to | 2022-04-09
colorls: Colorizes the ls output with color and icons (requires gem). Includes many useful flags, such as --gs for Git status, or -t for a tree view: I use an alias to replace ls with colorls:
Fluent System Icons are a collection of familiar, friendly and modern icons from Microsoft.Project mention: Icons for Windows / Office? | reddit.com/r/sketchapp | 2022-03-07
You can find Windows and MS Office icons in these websites: - https://fluenticons.co/ - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/apps/design/style/segoe-ui-symbol-font - https://uifabricicons.azurewebsites.net/ - https://github.com/microsoft/fluentui-system-icons
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