Ruby on Rails 5 engine that stores SVG and generate your web font icons. It uses Fontcustom to generate the fonts.
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9.8 9.6 L4 Iconly VS ActiveAdminThe administration framework for Ruby on Rails applications.
9.7 9.1 L4 Iconly VS RailsAdminRailsAdmin is a Rails engine that provides an easy-to-use interface for managing your data
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6.8 8.3 Iconly VS ActiveScaffoldSave time and headaches, and create a more easily maintainable set of pages, with ActiveScaffold. ActiveScaffold handles all your CRUD (create, read, update, delete) user interface needs, leaving you more time to focus on more challenging (and interesting!) problems.
5.5 0.0 L5 Iconly VS Upmin AdminFramework for creating powerful admin backends with minimal effort in Ruby on Rails.
4.2 9.1 Iconly VS ⚡ Motor Admin ⚡Low-code Admin panel and Business intelligence Rails engine. No DSL - configurable from the UI. Rails Admin, Active Admin, Blazer modern alternative.
4.0 7.1 Iconly VS Forest Admin💎 Ruby on Rails agent for Forest Admin to integrate directly to your existing Ruby on Rails backend application.
3.0 0.0 L5 Iconly VS WallabyAutocomplete the resourceful actions and views for ORMs for admin interface and other purposes.
2.0 0.0 L5 Iconly VS FaalisA RubyOnRails platform for rapid web application development. Containing a rich and flexible dashboard interface
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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.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Iconly README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.