Using materials icon

i hope this guide by me is informative coz last time @Peter said blocks are not guides .

intro to chapter materials icon

note it is very easy to do .


the element materials icon basically means basic icons without pasting images.

it saves memory and app runs without any issue

to start:

you can take any button and label.

  • *pls dont take any other component .

u can take
well take your choice . it can be buttons and labels . i have taken label for now well.
i know many of u know who see guide but it is for those who dont know .
many login and signup screens and more are made also from this.
so i say

power of materials icon :star_struck: :star_struck:

all u need to do is
pick a label or button and drag it to screen

i used some cardviews
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0 lines of blocks


well now go in font type face:
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dropdown comes then select
materials icon
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then in the text box where u enter text type “person”
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For more icons u can visit this site:

The world’s most popular and easiest to use icon set just got an upgrade. More icons. More styles. More Options.

for references for more icons . kodular doesnt support all but u can try adding.later when my topic hits 20 likes i update what all icons that u can try.
i said it becoz when i get time later i upload it

testing on my emulator bluestacks. i will later test also on nox

later my mood changed i took both button and label
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guide (1).apk (5.2 MB)

guide.aia (1.3 KB)

any issues do mention
very thank you kodular for adding this magnificent element


i am soory for the designing . i am making an app by the way related to it by the way


Also Try to include font awesome in this Guide.

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You do know that material icons are not the same as fontawesome icons ?


not all fonts awesome get included i tried

only site mentioned by @dora_paz can be used

I don’t know where Peter said that to you, but am sure you got it wrong.

@Peter must have said that if you are uploading block images then explain what each blocks do. Like explain every event block, procedures, etc. So that users reading your guide can get a complete understanding what is importance of every blocks used.

This doesn’t mean that guide should be without blocks.
It’s simple if you are using blocks, explain them


yes :thumbsup:

@Peter i hope this is what we call a guide

As I understood, you are forcing yourself to make guides (according to your previous guides) so because of that I think this is causing a bad effect on your guides’ content. So, is this means, your only purpose is trying to earn the “Tutorial Writer” badge (Edit: Oh, also for 20 likes) instead of making an “actual” guide that is designed to help people?

If your answer is yes, then you should spend your valuable time for making “actual” guides instead of making guides for just a non-functional badge.