Latest 2.2.0
Homepage https://github.com/ranesr/SwiftIcons
License MIT
Platforms ios 9.0
Authors

[SwiftIcons]()

CocoaPods Platform Swift Carthage compatible

Travis License

Swift Library for Font Icons

Please ★ this library.

Now, you don’t have to download different libraries to include different font icons. This SwiftIcons library helps you use icons from any of the following font icons.

  • Dripicons
  • Emoji
  • FontAwesome
  • Icofont
  • Ionicons
  • Linearicons
  • Map-icons
  • Material icons
  • Open iconic
  • State face icons
  • Weather icons

SwiftIcons supports different objects from the object library.

  • UIImage
  • UIImageView
  • UILabel
  • UIButton
  • UISegmentedControl
  • UITabBarItem
  • UISlider
  • UIBarButtonItem
  • UIViewController
  • UITextfield
  • UIStepper

Requirements

  • iOS 9.0+
  • Xcode 8

Installation

Cocoapods

CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Cocoa projects.

Make sure you have the latest version of CocoaPods by running:

$ gem install cocoapods
# (or if the above fails)
$ sudo gem install cocoapods

Update your local specs repo by running:

$ pod repo update

Add the following lines to your Podfile:

target 'YourProject' do
    use_frameworks!
    pod 'SwiftIcons', '~> 2.2.0'
end

Then run the following command

$ pod install

You can start using the library by importing it wherever you want

import SwiftIcons

Carthage

Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager for Cocoa projects.

Install the latest version of Carthage.

Add this line to your Cartfile:

github "ranesr/SwiftIcons" ~> 2.2.0

or for master,

github "ranesr/SwiftIcons" "master"

Then run carthage update --platform ios and add the built framework to your project by following these instructions from Carthage.

Manually

Copy all the files from Source folder.
Link to files.

  • SwiftIcons.swift
  • Dripicons.ttf
  • Emoji.ttf
  • FontAwesomeBrands.ttf
  • FontAwesomeRegular.ttf
  • FontAwesomeSolid.ttf
  • Icofont.ttf
  • Ionicons.ttf
  • Linearicons.ttf
  • MapIcons.ttf
  • MaterialIcons.ttf
  • OpenIconic.ttf
  • Stateface.ttf
  • WeatherIcons.ttf

Check to import all ttf files in project, "Project" > "Target" > "Copy Bundle Resources"

Library Reference

You can check library reference documentation here.

Usage

  • No more image icons any more

There are different font types for each of the font icons

Font Icons Version Font Types Icons
Dripicons 2.0 dripicons dripicons
Emoji emoji emoji
FontAwesome 5.1.0 fontAwesome fontAwesome
Icofont 1.0.0 Beta icofont icofont
Ionicons 2.0.1 ionicons ionicons
Linearicons 1.0.0 linearIcons linearIcons
Map-icons 3.0.2 mapicons mapicons
Material icons 2.2.0 googleMaterialDesign googleMaterialDesign
Open iconic 1.1.1 openIconic openIconic
State face icons state state
Weather icons 2.0.10 weather weather

When setting an icon to any object, you have to mention which font type it is and then select which icon you want to set from that particular font icon.

UIImage

import SwiftIcons

UIImage.init(icon: .emoji(.airplane), size: CGSize(width: 35, height: 35))

// Icon with colors
UIImage.init(icon: .emoji(.airplane), size: CGSize(width: 35, height: 35), textColor: .red)
UIImage.init(icon: .emoji(.airplane), size: CGSize(width: 35, height: 35), textColor: .white, backgroundColor: .red)

// Stacked icons with bigger background
UIImage.init(bgIcon: .fontAwesomeRegular(.circle), topIcon: .fontAwesomeRegular(.square))

// Stacked icons with smaller background
UIImage.init(bgIcon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.camera), topIcon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.ban), topTextColor: .red, bgLarge: false)

// Stacked icons with custom size
UIImage.init(bgIcon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.camera), topIcon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.ban), topTextColor: .red, bgLarge: false, size: CGSize(width: 50, height: 50))

UIImageView

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon to image view
imageView.setIcon(icon: .weather(.rainMix))

// Icon with colors
imageView.setIcon(icon: .mapicons(.amusementPark), textColor: .white, backgroundColor: .blue, size: nil)

UILabel

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon to label
label.setIcon(icon: .ionicons(.paintbrush), iconSize: 70)

// Icon with colors
label.setIcon(icon: .googleMaterialDesign(.rowing), iconSize: 70, color: .white, bgColor: textColor)

// Icon with text around it
label.setIcon(prefixText: "Bus ", icon: .linearIcons(.bus), postfixText: " icon", size: 20)

// Icon with color & colored text around it
label.setIcon(prefixText: "Medal ", prefixTextColor: .red, icon: .ionicons(.ribbonA), iconColor: .red, postfixText: "", postfixTextColor: .red, size: nil, iconSize: 40)

// Icon with text with different fonts around it
label.setIcon(prefixText: "Font ", prefixTextFont: font1!, icon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.font), postfixText: " icon", postfixTextFont: font2!)

// Icon with text with different fonts & colors around it
label.setIcon(prefixText: "Bike ", prefixTextFont: font1!, prefixTextColor: .red, icon: .mapicons(.bicycling), iconColor: textColor, postfixText: " icon", postfixTextFont: font2!, postfixTextColor: .blue, iconSize: 30)

UIButton

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon to button
button.setIcon(icon: .linearIcons(.phone), forState: .normal)

// Icon with size and color
button.setIcon(icon: .openIconic(.clipboard), iconSize: 70, color: .blue, forState: .normal)

// Icon with text around it
button.setIcon(prefixText: "Please ", icon: .googleMaterialDesign(.print), postfixText: " print", forState: .normal)

// Icon with color & colored text around it
button.setIcon(prefixText: "Lock ", prefixTextColor: .red, icon: .googleMaterialDesign(.lock), iconColor: .yellow, postfixText: " icon", postfixTextColor: .blue, forState: .normal, textSize: 15, iconSize: 20)

// Icon with text with different fonts around it
button.setIcon(prefixText: "Happy ", prefixTextFont: font1!, icon: .ionicons(.happy), postfixText: " face", postfixTextFont: font2!, forState: .normal)

// Icon with text with different fonts & colors around it
button.setIcon(prefixText: "Pulse ", prefixTextFont: font1!, prefixTextColor: .darkGray, icon: .openIconic(.pulse), iconColor: .red, postfixText: " icon", postfixTextFont: font2!, postfixTextColor: .purple, forState: .normal, iconSize: 40)

// Icon with title below icon
button.setIcon(icon: .emoji(.ferrisWheel), title: "Ferris Wheel", color: .red, forState: .normal)

// Icon with title below icon with different color & custom font
button.setIcon(icon: .weather(.rainMix), iconColor: .yellow, title: "RAIN MIX", titleColor: .red, font: font!, backgroundColor: .clear, borderSize: 1, borderColor: .green, forState: .normal)

UISegmentedControl

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon at particular index
segmentedControl.setIcon(icon: .linearIcons(.thumbsUp), forSegmentAtIndex: 0)
segmentedControl.setIcon(icon: .linearIcons(.thumbsDown), forSegmentAtIndex: 1)

// Icons with sizes & colors
segmentedControl.setIcon(icon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.male), color: .red, iconSize: 50, forSegmentAtIndex: 0)
segmentedControl.setIcon(icon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.female), color: .purple, iconSize: 50, forSegmentAtIndex: 1)

UITabBarItem

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon to tab bar item
tabBar.items?[0].setIcon(icon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.font), size: nil, textColor: .lightGray)

// Stacked icons for tab bar item
tabBar.items?[1].setIcon(bgIcon: .fontAwesomeRegular(.circle), bgTextColor: .lightGray, topIcon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.square), topTextColor: .lightGray, bgLarge: true, size: nil)

UISlider

import SwiftIcons

// Change minimum & maximum value icons
slider.setMaximumValueIcon(icon: .emoji(.digitNine))
slider.setMinimumValueIcon(icon: .emoji(.digitZero))

// Change minimum & maximum value icons with colors
slider.setMaximumValueIcon(icon: .linearIcons(.pointerUp), customSize: nil, textColor: .red, backgroundColor: .clear)
slider.setMinimumValueIcon(icon: .linearIcons(.pointerDown), customSize: nil, textColor: .blue, backgroundColor: .clear)

UIBarButtonItem

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon to bar button item
barButtonItem.setIcon(icon: .ionicons(.iosFootball), iconSize: 30)

// Icon with colors
barButtonItem.setIcon(icon: .ionicons(.iosFootball), iconSize: 30, color: textColor)

// Icon with custom cgRect
barButtonItem.setIcon(icon: .ionicons(.iosFootball), iconSize: 30, color: textColor, cgRect: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 30, height: 30), target: self, action: #selector(barButtonItem(sender:)))

// Icon with text around it
barButtonItem.setIcon(prefixText: "Please ", icon: .ionicons(.iosDownload), postfixText: " download", cgRect: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 30, height: 30), size: 23, target: self, action: #selector(barButtonItem(sender:)))

// Icon with color & colored text around it
barButtonItem.setIcon(prefixText: "Blue ", prefixTextColor: .red, icon: .ionicons(.iosFootball), iconColor: .blue, postfixText: " football", postfixTextColor: .green, cgRect: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 30, height: 30), size: 20, iconSize: 30, target: self, action: #selector(barButtonItem(sender:)))

// Icon with text with different fonts around it
barButtonItem.setIcon(prefixText: "Digit ", prefixTextFont: font1!, icon: .emoji(.digitOne), postfixText: " One", postfixTextFont: font2!, cgRect: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 30, height: 30), target: self, action: #selector(barButtonItem(sender:)))

// Icon with text with different fonts & colors around it
barButtonItem.setIcon(prefixText: "", prefixTextFont: font1!, prefixTextColor: .red, icon: .ionicons(.iosFootball), iconColor: .blue, postfixText: " football", postfixTextFont: font2!, postfixTextColor: .green, cgRect: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 30, height: 30), iconSize: 24, target: self, action: #selector(barButtonItem(sender:)))

UIViewController

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icon to the title
self.setTitleIcon(icon: .emoji(.animalHorse), iconSize: 30, color: .red)

UITextfield

import SwiftIcons

// Setting left view icon
textfield.setLeftViewIcon(icon: .fontAwesomeSolid(.search))

// Left view icon with colors & leftViewMode
textfield.setLeftViewIcon(icon: .state(.TX), leftViewMode: .always, textColor: .blue, backgroundColor: .clear, size: nil)
textfield.setLeftViewIcon(icon: .googleMaterialDesign(.plusOne), leftViewMode: .unlessEditing, textColor: .green, backgroundColor: .clear, size: nil)

// Setting right view icon
textfield.setRightViewIcon(icon: .openIconic(.questionMark))

// Right view icon with colors & rightViewMode
textfield.setRightViewIcon(icon: .weather(.rainMix), rightViewMode: .always, textColor: .red, backgroundColor: .clear, size: nil)

UIStepper

import SwiftIcons

// Setting icons
stepper.setDecrementIcon(icon: .ionicons(.iosPause), forState: .normal)
stepper.setIncrementIcon(icon: .ionicons(.iosPlay), forState: .normal)

Examples

Please check out the SwiftIcons App. In the demo project, if you click on any object, you will see the method description in the logs for the icon of that object.

Apps using SwiftIcons

If you are using SwiftIcons in your app and want to be listed here, simply create a new issue here.

I am always curious who is using my projects 😊

Author

Saurabh Rane

Special thanks to Patrik Vaberer and his initial work on Font-Awesome-Swift library

Licence

SwiftIcons is available under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more info.

Latest podspec

{
    "name": "SwiftIcons",
    "version": "2.2.0",
    "summary": "SwiftIcons - A library for using different font icons",
    "description": "SwiftIcons library helps you use icons from any of these font icons - Dripicons, Emoji, FontAwesome, Icofont, Ionicons, Linearicons, Map-icons, Material icons, Open iconic, State face icons, Weather icons",
    "license": {
        "type": "MIT",
        "file": "LICENSE"
    },
    "authors": {
        "Saurabh Rane": "[email protected]"
    },
    "social_media_url": "https://github.com/ranesr",
    "homepage": "https://github.com/ranesr/SwiftIcons",
    "screenshots": "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ranesr/SwiftIcons/master/docs/images/pic01.png",
    "source": {
        "git": "https://github.com/ranesr/SwiftIcons.git",
        "tag": "2.2.0"
    },
    "platforms": {
        "ios": "9.0"
    },
    "source_files": "Source/SwiftIcons.swift",
    "resource_bundles": {
        "SwiftIcons": "Source/Fonts/*.ttf"
    }
}

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