I’ve got a large SVG library now, but feck me it’s a nightmare using it. I need a way to manage my most used. I’ve tried Icon Jar but not keen on their pricing model, so I’m thinking I can use the asset feature of AF to create SVG libraries.
I bought the Pro pack during the kick-starter campaign so have the duotone, light and solid as well. To be honest I lost track of the FA5 icons I have so it will be interesting if I can make sense of it with Nucleo.
On the subject of Nucleo, which is bloody brilliant, thanks @habitualshaker for the heads-up. You can opt to keep the library on Dropbox (or other “cloud” service) and so share the library over many devices. A very handy feature which some of the paid-for apps don’t support.
Some SVGs have a width and height set in the SVG code. E.g. if such an SVG had a width and height of 100px then if you loaded that SVG onto a page it would appear at 100px x 100px. In other words, it wouldn’t scale up to fill its container. This can be a good thing and perfect for small icons on a page but not ideal if using a SVG for background (although perfect for a tiled original size SVG tile pattern background).