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Programming language: Kotlin
License: Apache License 2.0
Tags: Icons    
Latest version: v5.2.1

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... allows to include any icon font with all its vector icons in your project. No limits. Scale with no limit, use any color at any time, provide a contour, and many additional customizations...


What's included ๐Ÿš€ • Setup ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ • Migration Guide ๐Ÿงฌ • WIKI / FAQ ๐Ÿ“– • Custom Font ๐Ÿ–๏ธ • Sample App


What's included ๐Ÿš€

  • No customization limitations (size, color, contour, background, padding, positioning, ...)
  • Shadow support
  • Use as XML Drawable starting API 24
  • One icon source (no more mdpi, hdpi, ...)
  • Flexibility
    • Size
    • Colors
    • Contour
    • Shadow
    • Auto mirroring for RTL (opt-in)
  • If it takes a Drawable, it will also work with the IconicsDrawable!
  • Save in APK size
  • [EXPERIMENTAL] Compose support

Already available fonts

Setup

Latest releases ๐Ÿ› 

1. Provide the gradle dependency

dependencies {
    //the core iconics library (without any widgets)
    implementation "com.mikepenz:iconics-core:${latestAndroidIconicsRelease}"
    implementation "androidx.appcompat:appcompat:${versions.appCompat}"
}

1b. (optional) Add the view's dependency

//this adds all ui view widgets (IconicsButton, IconicsImageView, ...)
implementation "com.mikepenz:iconics-views:${latestAndroidIconicsRelease}"

2. Choose your desired fonts

Note: Fonts ending with -kotlin require at least v4.x of Android-Iconics Note: v5.1.x or newer requires the latest font versions

implementation 'com.mikepenz:google-material-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:material-design-iconic-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:fontawesome-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:octicons-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:meteocons-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:community-material-typeface:[email protected]' // note 5.3.45.1 alphabetically sorts, and merges in 3 sections
implementation 'com.mikepenz:weather-icons-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:typeicons-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:entypo-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:devicon-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:foundation-icons-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:ionicons-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:pixeden-7-stroke-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:material-design-icons-dx-typeface:[email protected]'
implementation 'com.mikepenz:phosphor-typeface:[email protected]'

Usage

Use as drawable

IconicsDrawable(this, FontAwesome.Icon.faw_android).apply {
    colorInt = Color.RED
    sizeDp = 24
}

Use via XML

If you use the Iconics library via XML provide the icon you want to use in the following syntax: gmd-favorite --> fontId-iconName. A list of the available fonts and their fontId can be found here. All icon names from the default fonts can be found via the DEMO application.

Notation within text

Use the { icon-definer } syntax

Some great text with a {faw-android} font awesome icon and {met-wind} meteocons icons.

Drawable XML (API 24+)

Specify the drawable in your drawable folder.

<com.mikepenz.iconics.IconicsDrawable
    xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
    app:ico_icon="gmd_favorite"
    app:ico_color="#0000FF"
    app:ico_contour_width="1dp"
    app:ico_contour_color="#00FFFF"
    app:ico_size="24dp" />
    // all custom theming attributes supported

Use like any normal drawable in your application. This feature was suggested and initially provided by @dzamlo

Custom Views

As IconicsImageView

<com.mikepenz.iconics.view.IconicsImageView
    android:layout_width="72dp"
    android:layout_height="72dp"
    app:iiv_color="@android:color/holo_red_dark"
    app:iiv_icon="gmd-favorite" />  // or @string/gmd_favorite with our generator
    //app:iiv_size="12dp"
    //app:iiv_padding="2dp"
    //app:iiv_contour_color="#FF0000"
    //app:iiv_contour_width="2dp"
    //app:iiv_background_color="#FFFF00"
    //app:iiv_corner_radius="2dp"
    //app:iiv_background_contour_color="#FF0000"
    //app:iiv_background_contour_width="1dp"
    //app:iiv_shadow_radius="4dp"
    //app:iiv_shadow_dx="1dp"
    //app:iiv_shadow_dy="1dp"
    //app:iiv_animations="spin|blink_alpha|blink_scale"

As IconicsTextView

<com.mikepenz.iconics.view.IconicsTextView
        android:text="abc{hif-test}defgh{faw-adjust}ijk{fon-test1}lmnopqrstuv{fon-test2}wxyz"
        android:textColor="@android:color/black"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="56dp"
        android:textSize="16sp"/>

As IconicsButton

<com.mikepenz.iconics.view.IconicsButton
        android:text="{faw-adjust} Button"
        android:layout_width="120dp"
        android:layout_height="60dp"/>

Compose

To include the experimental compose support in your project add the following dependency to your project (since v5.2.0)

implementation "com.mikepenz:iconics-compose:${latestAndroidIconicsRelease}"

Use the provided Image wrapper and set the icon.

Image(
    GoogleMaterial.Icon.gmd_access_alarm,
    colorFilter = ColorFilter.tint(MaterialTheme.colors.primary),
)

Screenshots

Image

Available fonts

Link Prefix Dependency
Google Material Design Icons ORIGINAL by Google gmd implementation 'com.mikepenz:google-material-typeface:[email protected]'
Material Design Iconic Font Google Material Iconic gmi implementation 'com.mikepenz:material-design-iconic-typeface:[email protected]'
Fontawesome faw implementation 'com.mikepenz:fontawesome-typeface:[email protected]'
Meteocons met implementation 'com.mikepenz:meteocons-typeface:[email protected]'
Octicons oct implementation 'com.mikepenz:octicons-typeface:[email protected]'
Community Material cmd implementation 'com.mikepenz:community-material-typeface:[email protected]'
Weather Icons wic implementation 'com.mikepenz:weather-icons-typeface:[email protected]'
Typeicons typ implementation 'com.mikepenz:typeicons-typeface:[email protected]'
Entypo ent implementation 'com.mikepenz:entypo-typeface:[email protected]'
Devicon dev implementation 'com.mikepenz:devicon-typeface:[email protected]'
Foundation Icons fou implementation 'com.mikepenz:foundation-icons-typeface:[email protected]'
Ionicons ion implementation 'com.mikepenz:ionicons-typeface:[email protected]'
Pixden7Stroke pe7 implementation 'com.mikepenz:pixeden-7-stroke-typeface:[email protected]'
Material Design DX cmf implementation 'com.mikepenz:material-design-icons-dx-typeface:[email protected]'
Phosphor Icons pho implementation 'com.mikepenz:phosphor-typeface:[email protected]'

Licenses for all included fonts are linked inside the class or can be found on the coresponding repositories.

Advanced Usage

Register fonts

If you want to add your own custom font, or a GenericFont you have to register this font (before using it). The best place to do this is the Application.

And initialize Iconics as you wish

class CustomApplication : Application() {
    override fun onCreate() {
        super.onCreate()

        //register custom fonts like this (or also provide a font definition file)
        Iconics.registerFont(CustomFont())
    }
}

Advanced IconicsBuilder

Everything is easy and simple. Right? But now you got a single icon within your textview and you need additional styling? Just define the style for all icons or only a specific one. You can find this in the PlaygroundActivity of the sample too.

Iconics.Builder()
    .style(ForegroundColorSpan(Color.WHITE), BackgroundColorSpan(Color.BLACK), RelativeSizeSpan(2f))
    .styleFor(FontAwesome.Icon.faw_adjust, BackgroundColorSpan(Color.RED))
                .on(tv1)
    .build()

String icon-key or typeface enum

Sometimes you won't like to use the icon-key ("faw-adjust") like this, but use the enum provided by a specific font. Both is valid:

IconicsDrawable(this, "faw-adjust").actionBar()
IconicsDrawable(this, FontAwesome.Icon.faw_adjust).apply {
    sizeDp = 24
    paddingDp = 1
}

Create custom fonts

This is possible with only the *.ttf and *.css mapping file. And will take you 2 minutes.

You can get these two files by downloading a web icon font, or if you want to create your own custom icon font from *.svg files then you can use following tools:

After you got those two files, head over to the icon addon creation tool android-iconics.mikepenz.com. Enter all the information. Add the *.ttf and *.css and click the button. It will generate and download the icon font addon as zip. (this tool is local only, no files are sent to a server, you can safely use it with any icons)

String fields for icons

For generating string field for each of icons of your font, you can use this simple generator: Android-Iconics String Generator

Android module generator

A awesome gradle plugin which can automatically fetch a font from Fontastic, and generate the Android Module for your project. Iconics-Font-Generator

ProGuard

ProGuard / R8 rules are bundled internally with each font.

Special Contributor

  • Baptiste Lagache Thanks for the gradle font module generator
  • Also thanks for all the other contributors.

Credits

Developed By

License

Copyright 2020 Mike Penz

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Android-Iconics README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.