What is Cyborg?
It is a partial port of Android's VectorDrawable to iOS. It is intended as a replacement for UIImages, Icon Fonts, and Apple's PDF vector image option.
Cyborg is a tool in the Fonts category of a tech stack.
Cyborg is an open source tool with 270 GitHub stars and 13 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Cyborg's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Cyborg?
- Full theming support of individual elements of an illustration, beyond simple image tinting or changing the text color in an Icon Font
- Ability to use one asset for both platforms, simplifying the design -> engineering pipeline
- Assets are resolution independent
- RTL support
- Easily convertible from SVG using Android Studio or third-party tools
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