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Android-Iconics - Android-Iconics - Use any icon font, or vector (

  •    Java

If you are an app developer you will know the problem. You start an app but require many different icons, in different sizes (ldpi, mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi, xxhdpi, xxxhdpi), different colors, and different variants. If you get the icons as vector (.svg) or there are many changes over the time, you will always have to get the correct drawables again. Now there's an easy, fast, and small solution for this! The Android-Iconics library.

react-fontawesome - Font Awesome 5 React component

  •    Javascript

Hey there! We're glad you're here... If you've used Font Awesome in the past (version 4 or older) there are some things that you should learn before you dive in.

react-fontawesome - A React Font Awesome component.

  •    Javascript

A React component for the font-awesome icon library. Note: This component does not include any of the Font Awesome CSS or fonts, so you'll need to make sure to include those on your end somehow, either by adding them to your build process or linking to CDN versions.




vue-fontawesome - Font Awesome 5 Vue component

  •    Javascript

Hey there! We're glad you're here... If you've used Font Awesome in the past (version 4 or older) there are some things that you should learn before you dive in.

alfred-font-awesome-workflow - :tophat: Font Awesome Workflow for Alfred 3

  •    Go

You can incrementally search for Font Awesome icons and paste it to front most app. 💎 See also: Font Awesome Workflow with Sketch 3 — QuickCast.

SwiftIcons - 🎢Swift Library for Font Icons - ★ this library

  •    Swift

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.


Fork-Awesome - A fork of the iconic font and CSS toolkit (Font-Awesome 4.7)

  •    CSS

Fork Awesome is a full suite of 718 pictographic icons for easy scalable vector graphics on websites, originally created by Dave Gandy and now maintained by a community. Following concerns regarding the development of Font Awesome, the PR Freeze since Oct 2016 and the direction Fort Awesome is taking with the version 5.0 of their project, we are forking Font Awesome (4.7), in order to build on this incredible tool Dave Gandy has given us, while at the same time allowing this project to be run by a distributed community of contributors.

skeleton - Node Express MongoDB Bootstrap Passport... all rolled up into juicy goodness

  •    Javascript

I borrowed heavily from Hackathon-starter and Drywall. The reason is third party OAUTH authentication is painful. Passportjs helps tremendously but there are not many good examples of how to use it. Both of these frameworks really show how it's done. Both are actively maintained and are really great starting points. I recommend either of them highly. Of the two, Drywall is more sophisticated. It has an extensive User/Account/Roles system to handle different types of accounts and account permissions. It also has a very cool Administration area. In addition, the client side uses Backbone. This framework allows for unique scripts and css on a per page basis - nice! Overall this framework has some GREAT stuff in it. It's just maybe a little too big/rich if you just want to start building a simple site.

angular-fontawesome - Font Awesome 5 Angular component using SVG with JS

  •    TypeScript

Built with ng-packagr and conforming to the Angular Package Format. Hey there! We're glad you're here...

jsonresume-theme-kendall - A theme for jsonresume

  •    Javascript

A theme for JSONResume, that relies on Bootstrap and FontAwesome, added with some personal flair. To first get started with this JSONResume theme, you'll need to have the JSONResume CLI installed. If you haven't already install it with npm install -g resume-cli. If this doesn't work, try sudo npm install -g resume-cli.

alfred-font-awesome - Alfred workflow to search for font-awesome icons

  •    Javascript

Requires Node.js 4+ and the Alfred Powerpack.In Alfred, type fa, Enter, and your search query.

railsstrap - Make your Ruby project awesome with railsstrap

  •    Ruby

Railsstrap outputs Bootstrap compliant HTML in the standard rails scaffolding tool. Layouts use CDN versions of jQuery, Bootstrap, and Font Awesome by default. To use these files simply add '.min' to the end of railsstrap's import statements in the asset pipeline. You likely will want to import animations and components individually to keep the bundle even smaller, as well as set SASS variables to your liking. All SASS files are available for import in the asset pipeline or webpacker.

Font-Awesome-SVGs - The iconic font and CSS toolkit

  •    HTML

Doing a lot of prototyping in the past, having Font Awesome as part of my front end starter files was always really handy for quickly adding icons when I was building a UI. Nowadays we are more aware that using a font to represent icons isn’t necessarily the most accessible thing to do for everyone, as Serend explains here.

font-awesome-search - Font Awesome - Icon Search Tool

  •    Javascript

This is a tool for making it easier to find the icons you are looking for and quickly copy the code you need. Search: Looks for text in any icon and possible aliases. Example: searching for "empty" ( without quotes ) will find you everything containing that word. Another Example: "yen" will return icon-jpy even through its not the icons name.






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