Ruby on Rails 5 engine that stores SVG and generate your web font icons.
Once Fontcustom is installed, add this line to your application's Gemfile:
gem 'iconly', github: 'lugolabs/iconly'
And then execute:
Iconly needs a few options setup to get working. Add these to a
login_path- Iconly does not provide user authentication, allowing you to include the authentication method of your choice. The
login_pathshould point at your Login page
logout_path- your logout page, should respond to
svg_folder- the public folder where the SVG files will be stored.
downloads_folder- the folder that will store the generated fonts
Iconly.logout_path = '/logout' Iconly.login_path = '/login' Iconly.svg_folder = 'test/dummy/public' Iconly.downloads_folder = Rails.root.join('tmp/downloads').to_s
Iconly uses PostgreSQL as its backend database, and installs
pg gem. It creates a few tables to store SVG metadata, and a
users table for ownerships.
To start, copy the Iconly migrations to your database:
and run them:
bin/rails db:migrate SCOPE=iconly
Iconly app uses Turbolinks, and Bootstrap 4 for its interface.
Check the Dummy application for a working example.
Create, migrate, and seed the database:
bin/rails db:create bin/rails db:migrate bin/rails db:seed
This will create a sample user to get you started.
Start the Rails app in
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.