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I only checked a few raw icons and I am impressed: They are fully stripped of superfluous markup introduced by SVG editors; that was something which I had to implement over and over again for customers' build pipelines.

Also, the possibility to download a custom styled set is great: With all other icon sets I ended up either modifying them myself in a text editor or received a bunch of modified files from the graphics person in the project - but bloated with markup I needed to strip afterwards (see first point).




Are you familiar with svgo?


Yes, but my clients usually don't want to add node to their infrastructure (I do CL) and, after all, the basic cleaning of SVGs is simple: Filter XML with a whitelist of namespaces.




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