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Issue 1834313003: Remove unneeded files from third_party/polymer. (Closed) Base URL:
Patch Set: Restore bower.json files. Created 4 years, 9 months ago
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Index: third_party/polymer/v1_0/components-chromium/iron-iconset-svg/
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-This README is automatically generated from the comments in these files:
-Edit those files, and our readme bot will duplicate them over here!
-Edit this file, and the bot will squash your changes :)
-[![Build Status](](
-_[Demo and API Docs](
-The `iron-iconset-svg` element allows users to define their own icon sets
-that contain svg icons. The svg icon elements should be children of the
-`iron-iconset-svg` element. Multiple icons should be given distinct id's.
-Using svg elements to create icons has a few advantages over traditional
-bitmap graphics like jpg or png. Icons that use svg are vector based so
-they are resolution independent and should look good on any device. They
-are stylable via css. Icons can be themed, colorized, and even animated.
- <iron-iconset-svg name="my-svg-icons" size="24">
- <svg>
- <defs>
- <g id="shape">
- <rect x="50" y="50" width="50" height="50" />
- <circle cx="50" cy="50" r="50" />
- </g>
- </defs>
- </svg>
- </iron-iconset-svg>
-This will automatically register the icon set "my-svg-icons" to the iconset
-database. To use these icons from within another element, make a
-`iron-iconset` element and call the `byId` method
-to retrieve a given iconset. To apply a particular icon inside an
-element use the `applyIcon` method. For example:
- iconset.applyIcon(iconNode, 'car');

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