Easily use ionicons in your native SDK iOS projects
Currently using: Ionicons v2.0.1
The ionicons icon set includes a lot of iOS system icons as well as plenty of handy additions. The great thing about ionicons is it makes the system icons a lot handier and more customizable, while adding more icon options. Also, with ionicons-iOS you can use iOS 7 system icons in your native SDK iOS 5+ projects, so your designs will have a consistent appearance across all OS versions.
For available icons, look at ionicons-codes.h or browse them at the ionicons website.
The available icon names will autocomplete if you've included the
IonIcons.h header when you type
Get the font:
UIFont *ionIconsFont = [IonIcons fontWithSize:30.0f];
Make a UILabel with an ionicons icon:
UILabel *label = [IonIcons labelWithIcon:ion_ionic size:20.0f color:[UIColor blackColor]];
Render an ionicons icon in a UIImage:
UIImage *icon = [IonIcons imageWithIcon:ion_ionic iconColor:[UIColor redColor] iconSize:60.0f imageSize:CGSizeMake(90.0f, 90.0f)];
CocoaPods is great:
pod 'ionicons'to your Podfile
Non-CocoaPods is easy too:
ionicons is released under the MIT license and was built by the people at http://ionicframework.com. Learn more at http://ionicons.com The stuff specific to ionicons-iOS is also released under the MIT license.