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file-icons-js v1.0.3

File specific icons for the browser from Atom File-icons, https://github.com/file-icons/atom

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│    ╭──╯╭───╮╭───╮╭──────╮  ├────┤╭──────╮╭──────╮╭────┬─╮╭──────╮
│    ╰──╮├───┤│   ││  ──  │  │    ││   ╭──╯│   ╭╮ ││      ││  ────┤
│    ╭──╯│   ││   ││      │  │    ││   ╰──╮│   ││ ││   ╭╮ ││      │
│    │   │   ││   ││  ────┤  │    ││      ││   ╰╯ ││   ││ │├────  │
╰────╯   ╰───╯╰───╯╰──────╯  ╰────╯╰──────╯╰──────╯╰───╯╰─╯╰──────╯
╭─╮  ╭─╮  ┬─╮         ┬  ╭─╮  ┬  ┬  ╭─╮  ╭─╮  ╭─╮  ┬─╮  ┬  ╭─╮  ╭┬╮
├┤   │ │  ├┬╯         │  ├─┤  ╰╮╭╯  ├─┤  ╰─╮  │    ├┬╯  │  ├─╯   │ 
┴    ╰─╯  ┴╰─       ╰─╯  ┴ ┴   ╰╯   ┴ ┴  ╰─╯  ╰─╯  ┴╰─  ┴  ┴     ┴ 

File specific icons for the browser from Atom File-icons, https://github.com/file-icons/atom

Icon previews

Install

Use npm to install as follows,

npm i websemantics/file-icons-js

Or, Bower,

bower i websemantics/file-icons-js

Getting Started

Include css styles from css/style.css in the header of an html document.

Get an instance of FileIcons class,

var icons = window.FileIcons;

Get the class name of the icon that represent a filename (for example text-icon),

var filename = 'src/app.js';
var class_name = icons.getClass(filename);

You can also get a class name of the associated icon color,

var  filename = 'README.md';
var class_name = icons.getClassWithColor(filename);

Use the class name to generate html, for example,

document.body.innerHTML = "<a><i class=" + class_name + "></i>$filename</a>";

Resources

Support

Need help or have a question? post at StackOverflow.

Please don't use the issue trackers for support/questions.

Star if you find this project useful, to show support or simply for being awesome :)

Contribution

Contributions to this project are accepted in the form of feedback, bugs reports and even better - pull requests.

License

MIT license Copyright (c) Web Semantics, Inc.

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