A package to easily make use of "Fork Awesome Icons" in your Laravel Blade views.

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Blade Fork Awesome

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A package to easily make use of Fork Awesome in your Laravel Blade views.

For a full list of available icons see the SVG directory.


  • PHP 7.4 or higher
  • Laravel 8.0 or higher


composer require codeat3/blade-forkawesome


Please refer to the upgrade guide when updating the library.

Blade Icons

Blade Fork Awesome uses Blade Icons under the hood. Please refer to the Blade Icons readme for additional functionality. We also recommend to enable icon caching with this library.


Blade Fork Awesome also offers the ability to use features from Blade Icons like default classes, default attributes, etc. If you'd like to configure these, publish the blade-forkawesome.php config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=blade-forkawesome-config


Icons can be used as self-closing Blade components which will be compiled to SVG icons:


You can also pass classes to your icon components:

<x-forkawesome-adjust class="w-6 h-6 text-gray-500"/>

And even use inline styles:

<x-forkawesome-adjust style="color: #555"/>

Raw SVG Icons

If you want to use the raw SVG icons as assets, you can publish them using:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=blade-forkawesome --force

Then use them in your views like:

<img src="{{ asset('vendor/blade-forkawesome/adjust.svg') }}" width="10" height="10"/>


Check out the CHANGELOG in this repository for all the recent changes.


Blade Fork Awesome is developed and maintained by Swapnil Sarwe.


Blade Fork Awesome is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.