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  1. one-click slicing icon into project.
  2. copy code snippet with text style.
  3. one-click export all app icons (including iOS/android/others) against on 1024*1024-sizing artboard


How to slice icon ?

  1. Name your artboard to subject, and name your icon a icon
  2. Select icon layer, and use command "Slice for iOS" or "ctrl shift s"
  3. If it is your first time to use this plugin, you need to input the path of your iOS project Assets.xcassets, for example. /Users/hite/workspace/xxx/Assets.xcassets/ without ~ in path.
  4. If everything is right, the 2x3x png files will sit under Assets.xcassets directory with sub directory if it has.slice icon done
  5. String subject_subject_ico_post_bg is copied into Pasteboard for you paste it into iOS source codes.
  6. Repeat for another icon.

How to export app icons for all device?

  1. Create a Artboard, and name artboard
  2. Make sure this artboard contains only one child of layer or image bitmap.
  3. Select this artboard
  4. Use command "Export icon for all devices"
  5. Wait for seconds, All icons sit under ~/Documents/Sketch Exports/[your artbaord name] if everything is right.

Development Guide

This plugin was created using skpm. For a detailed explanation on how things work, checkout the skpm Readme.


Install the dependencies

npm install

Once the installation is done, you can run some commands inside the project folder:

npm run build

To watch for changes:

npm run watch

Additionally, if you wish to run the plugin every time it is built:

npm run start

Publishing your plugin

skpm publish <bump>

(where bump can be patch, minor or major)

skpm publish will create a new release on your GitHub repository and create an appcast file in order for Sketch users to be notified of the update.

You will need to specify a repository in the package.json:

+ "repository" : {
+   "type": "git",
+   "url": "git+"
+  }