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image-size - Node module for detecting image dimensions

  •    TypeScript

NOTE: The asynchronous version doesn't work if the input is a Buffer. Use synchronous version instead. If the target file is an icon (.ico) or a cursor (.cur), the width and height will be the ones of the first found image.

TwelveMonkeys ImageIO: Additional plug-ins and extensions for Java's ImageIO

  •    Java

TwelveMonkeys ImageIO is a collection of plugins and extensions for Java's ImageIO. These plugins extends the number of image file formats supported in Java, using the javax.imageio.* package. The main purpose of this project is to provide support for formats not covered by the JRE itself.

iconizer - Create Xcode asset catalogs swift and painless

  •    Swift

Create Xcode image catalogs (xcassets) on the fly. Iconizer builds the necessary file structure for you and generates all required images for App Icons, Launch Images and Image Set. Visit the homepage for more information.




macos-folder-icons - đŸ“‚custom folder icons for macOS

  •    Javascript

A cli tool to create macOS style folders from SVG files. Creates .png and .icns files from SVGs. Tested with various icon types via svg-icon. create-mac-folder will attempt to make all SVGs compatible though there are limitations of what can be done. Most SVGs will work just fine (See examples below).

folderify - :file_folder: Generate pretty, beveled macOS folder icons.

  •    Python

The repository folder should now have a custom icon. You should see a bunch of new .iconset folders and .icns files that were automatically generated from the .png masks.

Dim - User-friendly, high quality document icon maker for OS X

  •    Objective-C

Dim is free, open source software distributed under a three-clause BSD license (see below).

osxiconutils - A set of command line utilities for working with Mac icns files

  •    Objective-C

osxiconutils is a suite of Mac command line utilities to get or set Mac OS X file icons, and convert to and from Apple's icns icon file format. Created a long time ago. Copyright © 2003-2018 Sveinbjorn Thordarson.


public - Some public files that I can link to: icons, screenshots, etc.

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Some public files that I can link to: icons, screenshots, etc. The canonical repository for this project is at gitlab:iiroj/public. It is mirrored at github:iiroj/public for convenience.

icns - Easily create .icns files (Mac Icons) with this Go library or the included CLI app.

  •    Go

Easily convert .jpg and .png to .icns with the command line tool icnsify, or use the library to convert from any image.Image to .icns. With this library you can use pure Go to create icns files from any source image, given that you can decode it into an image.Image, without any heavyweight dependencies or subprocessing required. You can also use it to create icns files on windows and linux (thanks Go).

icnscomposer - Create retina icons for macOS.

  •    Swift

If you're like me, you love the high quality icons OS X provides. And you probably like to create your own icons for one or another app. Since Apple doesn't support 1024x1024 retina images with 'Icon Composer' anymore, at least as far as I know, I decided to create a small app that does. Icns Composer. You can simply drag and drop your image onto Icns Composer, just like you did with Apple's Icon Composer, and click Export. You can fork this project, right here on Github, make your awesome changes and send me a pull request. Just make sure to fork the latest development version.

ICNS2ICO - ICNS2ICO lets you easily convert icons from the Apple's ICNS format to the Windows ICO format

  •    Objective-C

ICNS2ICO lets you easily convert icons from the Apple's ICNS format to the Windows ICO format. A lot of nice icon conversion applications are available, but unfortunately they all have a common pitfall with the ICO format.