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Angular Bootstrap Icon

Angular Bootstrap Icon is an element which is used for dismissing components like modals and alerts. See how easy implementation is.

Importing the Contrast Angular Bootstrap Icon Module

To use the Contrast Angular Bootstrap Icon component in your project you need to import IconModule.

import {IconModule } from 'cdbangular';

Default Icon

Use the [fab] prop to indicate that we want to use brand icons in our project. The icon prop indicates the icon we want to use.

Angular Bootstrap Icon Default

<CDBBtn color="primary">
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>
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<CDBBtn color="secondary">
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="facebook"></CDBIcon>
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<CDBBtn color="success">
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="reddit"></CDBIcon>
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<CDBBtn color="danger">
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="twitter"></CDBIcon>
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<CDBBtn color="dark">
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="instagram"></CDBIcon>
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<CDBBtn color="warning">
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="google"></CDBIcon>
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Border Icons

Set the [border] prop to true to allow your icons have borders.

Angular Bootstrap Border Icons

<CDBIcon [fab]=true [border]=true icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [border]=true icon="facebook"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [border]=true icon="reddit"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [border]=true icon="twitter"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [border]=true icon="instagram"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [border]=true icon="google"></CDBIcon>

Spin Icons

Set your [spin] prop to true to spin your icons.

Angular Bootstrap Icons Spin

<CDBIcon [fab]=true [spin]=true icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [spin]=true icon="facebook"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [spin]=true icon="reddit"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [spin]=true icon="twitter"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [spin]=true icon="instagram"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [spin]=true icon="google"></CDBIcon>

Pull Icons

Use the pull prop to indicate the direction you want your icon to face.

Angular Bootstrap Icons Pull

<CDBIcon [fab]=true pull="left" icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>

Pulse Icons

Use the [pulse] prop to spin your icons a little faster

Angular Bootstrap Icons Pulse

<CDBIcon [fab]=true [pulse]=true icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [pulse]=true icon="facebook"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [pulse]=true icon="reddit"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [pulse]=true icon="twitter"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [pulse]=true icon="instagram"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true [pulse]=true icon="google"></CDBIcon>

Flip Icons

Angular Bootstrap Icons Flip

<CDBIcon [fab]=true flip="horizontal" icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true flip="vertical" icon="facebook"></CDBIcon>

Rotate Icons

Use the rotate prop to specify the angle to rotate your icons by.

Angular Bootstrap Icons Rotate

<CDBIcon [fab]=true rotate="90" icon="stack-overflow"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true rotate="180" icon="facebook"></CDBIcon>


Use the size prop to define how little or how large you want your icons to be.

Angular Bootstrap Icons Sizes

<CDBIcon icon="facebook" [fab]=true size="lg"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="facebook" size="2x"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="facebook" size="3x"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="facebook" size="4x"></CDBIcon>
<CDBIcon [fab]=true icon="facebook" size="5x"></CDBIcon>

API Reference: Contrast Angular Bootstrap Icon Props

This section will build on your information about the props you get to use with the Contrast Angular Bootstrap Icon component. You will find out what these props do, their default values, and how you would use them in your code.

The table below lists other prop options of the CDBIcon component.

classStringAdds custom classesclass="myClass"
iconStringRequired! The Font Awesome icon name, which you want to useicon="facebook"
borderBooleanfalseAdds border around iconborder=true
brandBooleanfalseSets brand icon category; alias: fab[brand]=true icon="chevron"
fabBooleanfalseSets brand icon category; alias: brand[fab]=true icon="twitter"
falBooleanfalseSets light icon category; alias: light[fal]=true icon="user"
farBooleanfalseSets light icon category; alias: regular[far]=true icon="user"
fixedBooleanfalseSets fixed with of icons (i.e. inside list)fixed=true icon="user"
flipStringFlips icon; acceptable props: horizontal or verticalflip="vertical" icon="user"
inverseBooleanfalseSets alternative icon colorinverse=true icon="user"
lightBooleanfalseSets light icon category; alias: fallight=true icon="facebook"
listBooleanfalseAdds fa-li to the classNamelist=true icon="facebook"
pullStringPulls icon to the right or leftpull="left" icon="user"
pulseBooleanfalseRotates icon in 8 stepspulse=true icon="facebook"
rotateStringRotates icon by 90, 180 or 270 degreesrotate="90" icon="facebook"
sizeStringIncrease icon size; accepts parameters: [lg, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x]size="5x" icon="facebook"
spinBooleanfalseSpins the icon, you can combine this prop with pulse[spin]=true
stackStringUse class fa-stack on wrapper to stack multiple icons; use 1x for regular sized icon and 2x for larger oneclass="fa-stack"... [far]=true icon="square" stack="2x" ... [fab]=true icon="twitter" stack="1x"

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