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This is the Windows app named SVGR whose latest release can be downloaded as v5.5.0.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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SCREENSHOTS:

SVGR


DESCRIPTION:

React supports SVG out of the box, it's simpler, easier and much more powerful to have components instead of SVG files. Wrapped in a React component, your SVG is inlined in the page and you can style it using CSS. SVGR differs from other library by its solid architecture. It uses svg-parser + Babel to transform SVG code into JavaScript code. A whole directory can be processed, all SVG files (matching .svg or .SVG) are transformed into React components. It is possible to target React Native using react-native-svg. SVGR exposes a Node API, you can create a custom script or build another tool based on SVGR. SVGR can be used as a webpack loader, this way you can import your SVG directly as a React Component. SVGR ships with a handful of customizable options, usable in both the CLI and API. Modify all SVG nodes with uppercase and use a specific template with react-native-svg imports. All unsupported nodes will be removed.



Features

  • A SVG to React transformer
  • A Node library
  • A CLI tool
  • A webpack plugin
  • Easy integration
  • Flexibility of performance


Programming Language

JavaScript



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