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List of programming languages logos

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High resolution programming languages logos

Programming languages are the way we developers talk with the machine, but what happens when we want to talk about them? Probably in a blog post, in a Medium story, in a presentation, or 🤔 well something else ..., the thing is that we want to include them in our life and the best way to do it is with a logo.

Some programming languages logos

This project include high resolution .png with transparent backgrounds programming languages logos with different dimensions and also a vector .svg version of them.

A complete list of the logos can be found int the src/ directory.

  • 16 x 16
  • 24 x 24
  • 32 x 32
  • 48 x 48
  • 64 x 64
  • 128 x 128
  • 512 x 512

Default logo: 2048 x 2048

What to help? Start by reading the contributing guidelines.


All logos
$ npm install programming-languages-logos

You can then import the badges from ./node_modules/programming-languages-logos, for example ./node_modules/programming-languages-logos/src/c/c.svg.

Use the hosted version on jsdelivr.

Download the zip from Github.

We have created a simple way to use those logos in your HTML. First include the library & then include the <i> where you want it and that's it!

<link href="" rel="stylesheet">


<i class="programming lang-ruby"></i>
<i class="programming lang-javascript"></i>
<i class="programming lang-cpp"></i>
<i class="programming lang-typescript"></i>
<i class="programming lang-python"></i>
<i class="programming lang-kotlyn"></i>



Search logos on

Individual logos
$ npm install @programming-languages-logos/<logo>

Example: (Java)

I recommend to install it as a developer dependency: --save-dev

$ npm install @programming-languages-logos/java --save-dev


Mainly inspired by Browser logos. I would be imposible



Carlos Abraham Logo
Carlos Abraham


All logos and trademarks are the property of their respective owners!

If you represent the entity that has the rights over a logo and you want, for whatever reason, that logo removed from this project, open an issue requesting its takedown and we will remove it as soon as possible.

MIT License © Carlos Abraham

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