Vue Remix Icons

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Vue Remix Icons

(Vue 2 & 3)Remix Icon is a set of open source neutral style system symbols elaborately crafted for designers and developers.


The Vue Remix Icons package now officially supports Vue 3, with continued support for Vue 2 users. This package is a set of open-source system symbols designed for designers and developers. It provides features such as Types ready, support for Vue 2 and Vue 3, and tree-shaking for improved performance. The package requires usage within a JS bundler like Vite, Webpack, or other Vue frameworks.


  • Types ready: The package includes type definitions for improved development experience.
  • Support Vue 2 and Vue 3: It is compatible with both Vue 2 and Vue 3 projects.
  • Tree-Shaking: The package supports tree-shaking, allowing for better performance by only importing the required icons.


To use the Vue Remix Icons package in your Vue 2 or Vue 3 projects, follow these steps:

  1. Install the package using your preferred package manager:
npm install vue-remix-icons


yarn add vue-remix-icons
  1. Import the desired icons from the package:
import { RiHomeLine } from 'vue-remix-icons';

Please note that instead of using the <i class="ri-home-line"></i> syntax, the usage is changed to importing the specific icon component.

  1. Use the imported icon component in your Vue templates.

  2. Ensure that you are using a JS bundler like Vite, Webpack, or another Vue framework to bundle and transpile the imported icons.

For a complete list of available icons, you can visit the official Remix Icon website at


The Vue Remix Icons package now officially supports Vue 3, providing an extensive collection of open-source symbols for designers and developers. With features like type support, compatibility with both Vue 2 and Vue 3, and tree-shaking capability, this package offers improved flexibility and performance. Developers can easily install and use the package in their projects by following the provided installation guide.


Remix is a modern JavaScript framework that focuses on building fast and performant web applications. It emphasizes a combination of server-rendered content and client-side interactivity, offering a robust architecture for creating scalable and maintainable projects.


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