"That's why the posts says "and make your front-end developer love
This feature is just awesome."
Well, the problem there, is that I'm so much not a developer, I don't even
know what that means! Unless it's a living creature, I can't tell the front
end from the back end, lol.
But ok, thanks for letting me know. Since it's pretty close using the
on-canvas controls, I will use that for now. But if I ever want to make
sets to share with other people, it sounds like I would probably want to
learn about these things.
Thanks again for the nice symbols :-)
From: Xaviju Julián
Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 2015 3:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Inkscape-user] Material Design icon set to use as inkscape0.91
Just a quick update on the inkscape open symbols set!
- Added Octicons, the github icon font (https://octicons.github.com/
- Added Humble UI, a simple UX wireframing library that I created myself
- Probably soon: Ubuntu Suru Icons
I'm waiting for a PR
For now, the main question is this. Why do you go through all the steps
with the SVG/XML code and stuff, rather than use the on-canvas tools?
You are right, is perfectly fine to use the UI. To me is a little bit more
complicated and slower, but it is fine. Since I am more a front-end
developer than a designer, it looks faster to me to manage SVG code than
multiple windows, forms and clicks :)
But also, in my tests, I found out that the final generated code from the UI
(and this might be my fault) its not as perfect as I would like it to use it
directly (just copying and pasting it) in my web development workflow, so I
need to clean it up a bit. I just wanted to remove this step.
That's why the posts says "and make your front-end developer love you". This
feature is just awesome.
Thanks again, your feedback is very appreciated.
2015-02-26 14:07 GMT+01:00 Xaviju Julián <xaviju@...155...>:
I just send you this email to let you know that I created a symbol set for
inkscape with the Google Material Design Icons (at the moment only this set)
that you may find useful for design and development.
I also encourage you to collaborate as indicated in the readme to make it
even better and make designers and front-end developers happier. Lets open
source and share our own icon libraries as well.
Hope you enjoy it. :)
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