React components bank based on Nova SVG icons


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Components bank (react and react-native) based on Nova SVG icons (through Iconjar files)

Before all

Adding an icon

  • Import your icon's collection from the folder you need in packages/@coorpacademy-nova-icons/third-party or add a new one
  • If you want any path's color to be injected (to be replaced by currentColor), give fill or stroke the color #757575 ex (the last path is going to keep #4B4C4C as its color) anything else will remain as is:
      <svg version="1.1" id="Calque_1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" x="0px" y="0px"
        viewBox="0 0 18.1 18" style="enable-background:new 0 0 18.1 18;" xml:space="preserve">
      <path stroke="#757575" d="M1,9h10.9"/>
      <path fill="#757575" d="M9,6.1L11.9,9L9,11.9"/>
      <path stroke="#4B4C4C" d="M1.7,5.7C3,2.9,5.8,1,9,1c4.4,0,8,3.6,8,8c0,4.4-3.6,8-8,8c-3.3,0-6.1-1.9-7.3-4.7"/>
  • Drag and drop your SVG file into a collection
  • Export the new updated iconjar collection (be careful to have the same name when you export, to erase the old one)
  • Add the brand new svg icon's path into icons.js file that's in root project (if you're SVG has a color and you want to keep it, you can add the property: replaceColors: false)
  • Generate the component using yarn prepare
  • You have to commit the Meta file


import React from 'react';
import { NovaCompositionCoorpacademyCog } from '@coorpacademy/nova-icons';

const MyComponent = () => (
  <NovaCompositionCoorpacademyCog width={32} height={32} color="#123456" />

export default MyComponent;

Note: React-Native component will automatically be resolved as Metro supports .native.js extension.


You can use the props supported by svg and react-native-svg <SVG /> component with camel case format (ie: strokeColor).


Please, run yarn test before submitting a pull request.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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