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Microsoft Fluent UI System Icons

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Fluent UI System Icons are a collection of familiar, friendly and modern icons from Microsoft.

fluent system icons

Icon List

View the full list of icons

Installation

Android

The library is published via JCenter, please ensure that the jcenter() repository has been added to the root build.gradle file:

repositories {
    ...
    jcenter()
}

Include the following dependency in your project’s build.gradle

implementation 'com.microsoft.design:fluent-system-icons:1.1.74'

For library docs, see android/README.md.

iOS and macOS

CocoaPods

use_frameworks!

pod "FluentIcons", "1.1.74"

Carthage

git "git@github.com:microsoft/fluentui-system-icons.git" "1.1.74"

For library docs, see ios/README.md.

Flutter

In the pubspec.yaml of your flutter project, add the following dependency:

dependencies:
  ...
  fluentui_system_icons: "1.1.74"

For library docs, see flutter/README.md

Contributing

Importer

The importer generates the Android and iOS libraries from the icons in the assets directory.

Jump into the directory

cd importer

Install npm dependencies

npm install
npm run clean

List all the available commands

npm run

Build Pipeline

Our build pipeline runs deploy:android and deploy:ios to create the libraries. The build definitions are located in .github/workflows/.

Demo apps

You can build and run the demo apps following the steps below.

Android

  1. Follow the Importer section above and run the command npm run deploy:android
  2. Open the android directory in Android Studio
  3. Select the sample-showcase in the build configuration dropdown
  4. Click run

Flutter

Prerequisite: Make sure you have flutter configured in Android Studio

  1. Open the flutter directory in Android Studio
  2. Select the ‘example’ in the directory and open it in Android Studio
  3. Click run

Contact

Please feel free to open a GitHub issue and assign to the following points of contact with questions or requests.

Code of Conduct

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

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