Helpers to build icons for multiple (and custom) sources.

v0.3.0 2020-09-15 20:06 UTC

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Last update: 2020-09-15 20:16:00 UTC


Helper class to create Font icons with a predefined markup.


Download through composer:

composer require digbang/fonts

Add the service provider and facade to your config/app.php:

'providers' => [
    // ...

'aliases' => [
    // ...
    'Fonts' => Digbang\Fonts\Facade::class,

Publish the config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider Digbang\\Fonts\\FontsServiceProvider


Through the facade

// The `icon` function will use the configured icon prefix (defaults to "fa")
Fonts::icon('icon', 'extra-class') // <i class="fa fa-icon extra-class"></i>

Package provides "fa" and "mat" as helper method for Font Awesome and Material Design icons.

Fonts::fa()->icon('icon', ['class' => 'extra-class']) // <i class="fa fa-icon extra-class"></i>
Fonts::mat()->icon('icon', ['class' => 'extra-class']) // <i class="zmdi zmdi-icon extra-class"></i>

Through the helper function

icon('foo'); // <i class="fa fa-foo"></i>
fa('icon', 'extra-class') // <i class="fa fa-icon extra-class"></i>
mat('icon', ['class' => 'extra-class']) // <i class="mat mat-icon extra-class"></i>

HTML Attributes

You can also add any other attributes to the html.

fa('times', ['title' => 'Delete this!']) // <i class="fa fa-times" title="Delete this!"></i>

Inner content

An icon can have inner content:

fa('times', 'text-hide')->withContent("Remove element");

// FontAwesome stacks
fa('stack', 'fa-lg')->withContent(
    fa('circle', 'fa-stack-2x') .
    fa('flag', 'fa-stack-1x fa-inverse')

Changing the tag

You can change the tag used by the library.

// Setting a new default tag to all fonts
fa('edit'); // <span class="fa fa-edit"></span>

// Setting a tag on each use
Fonts::fa()->withTag('span')->icon('times'); // <span class="fa fa-times"></span>

Extending the factory

The Digbang\Fonts\FontManager can be extended with macros:

Fonts::macro('digbang', function () {
    return $this->create('db');

Fonts::digbang()->icon('foo'); // <i class="db db-foo"></i>

Standalone usage

Non-Laravel projects can still use this, but the Facade and helper function won't be available.

$fonts = new Digbang\Fonts\Factory('fa');

$fonts->icon('times', 'text-danger'); // <span class="fa fa-times text-danger"></span>
$fonts->mat()->icon('times', 'text-danger'); // <span class="mat mat-times text-danger"></span>