Converts SVG fonts to TTF format. It was initially written for Fontello, but you can find it useful for your projects. Internal API is similar to FontForge's one. Since primary goal is generating iconic fonts, sources can lack some specific TTF/OTF features, like kerning and so on. Anyway, current code is a good base for development, because it will save you tons of hours to implement correct writing & optimizing TTF tables.https://github.com/fontello/svg2ttf
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Generate custom icon webfonts from SVG files via Grunt. Inspired by Font Custom. This task will make all you need to use font-face icon on your website: font in all needed formats, CSS/Sass/Less/Stylus and HTML demo page.gruntplugin font webfont fontforge font-face woff woff2 ttf svg eot truetype css icon
This service might be handy if you want to directly download all .eot, .woff, .woff2, .svg, .ttf files of a Google font (normally your User-Agent would determine the best format at Google's CSS API). Furthermore it provides charset customization and CSS snippets, hence getting your fonts ready for local hosting should be finally a breeze. The API is public, feel free to use it directly.google-fonts web-fonts download woff svg ttf woff2 eot css snippet hosting
The missing font generator for Mac OSX. Download here. FontPrep takes your TTF and OTF font files and generates all of the respective font-formats for the web: WOFF, EOT, and SVG.
Fontello is a tool to quickly pack vector images into webfonts. Consider it like Twitter Bootstrap, but for images. It builds everything necessary to include graphics into your web pages. Also, fontello has a big built-in collection of open source artworks.icon fonts editor fonts-generator
Create SVG/TTF/EOT/WOFF/WOFF2 fonts from several SVG icons with Gulp. You can test this library with the frontend generator.gulpplugin gulp icon font
Icon-font generation, easy to use and highly configurable. It also generates TypeScript types, JSON maps of the generated code-points, allowing for a great deal of different usages, e.g. integrating with React type-safe icon components or integration on mobile apps by just combining TTF and JSON generation.icons fonts iconfonts svg vector
Batik is a Java based toolkit for applications which handle images in the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format for various purposes, such as viewing, generation or manipulation. The project's ambition is to give developers a set of core modules which can be used together or individually to support specific SVG solutions. Examples of modules are an SVG parser, an SVG generator and an SVG DOM implementation.svg scalable-vector-graphics image-processing svg-convertor svg-browser
Awesome SVG icon component for Vue.js, with built-in Font Awesome icons. Vue-Awesome an SVG icon component for Vue.js, with built-in icons courtesy of Font Awesome.icon vue svg font-awesome vue.js
This font is derived from the x3270 font, which, in turn, was translated from the one in Georgia Tech's 3270tool, which was itself hand-copied from a 3270 series terminal. I built it because I felt terminals deserve to be pretty. The .sfd font file contains a x3270 bitmap font that was used for guidance. If you are running Debian or Ubuntu and you don't want to mess with building your font files, you can simply apt-get install fonts-3270 (It's available from the Debian (https://packages.debian.org/sid/fonts/fonts-3270) and Ubuntu (http://packages.ubuntu.com/zesty/fonts-3270) package repos at https://packages.debian.org/sid/fonts/fonts-3270 and http://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/fonts/fonts-3270, although the packaged version may not be the latest version, but it's good enough for most purposes. For those who don't have the luxury of a proper system-managed package, Adobe Type 1, TTF, OTF and WOFF versions are available for download on http://s3.amazonaws.com/3270font/3270_fonts_b3b4b7d.zip (although this URL may not always reflect the latest version).font fontforge ibm font-files sfd programming-font programming-fonts typography mainframe
webfont generator - converts ttf to woff, eot and svg
This library includes some kind of digital styled font drawer. They're not TTF files or something. They just draw fonts with CoreGraphics. So, you don't need to worry about redistribution license of font files when you release your application. I guess this kind of fonts have high affinity to glowing effects. So I support same effect as FBGlowLabel.
Python module using FontTools to query TTF font files for metadata and font outlines in a cross-platform manner. Includes support for scanning for installed system TTF files on common platforms.
Converter of various scalable font formats (most notably TTF) and of the bitmapped BDF format into PostScript Type 1 fonts and metrics (.pfa, .pfb, .afm).
This library helps developer to retrieve the font family name from the TTF, OTF and TTC font files, so that developer can display the font without installing the font on the user computer.gdi win32
You can find a demo GUI here. This project was initiated by the need to read font files in the DOMPDF project.font font-files extract truetype woff ttf
Please ★ this library. Now, you don't have to download different libraries to include different font icons. This SwiftIcons library helps you use icons from any of the following font icons.fonts font-awesome fontawesome ionic map-icon material-icons linearicons open-iconic font-icons ttf dripicons ionicons state-face weather-icons icons icofont google-material-icons swift4 ios
Canvas is a common vector drawing target that can output SVG, PDF, EPS, raster images (PNG, JPG, GIF, ...), HTML Canvas through WASM, OpenGL, and Gio. It has a wide range of path manipulation functionality such as flattening, stroking and dashing implemented. Additionally, it has a text formatter and embeds and subsets fonts (TTF, OTF, WOFF, WOFF2, or EOT) or converts them to outlines. It can be considered a Cairo or node-canvas alternative in Go. See the example below in Figure 1 for an overview of the functionality. Figure 1: top-left you can see text being fitted into a box, justified using Donald Knuth's linea breaking algorithm to stretch the spaces between words to fill the whole width. You can observe a variety of styles and text decorations applied, as well as support for LTR/RTL mixing and complex scripts. In the bottom-right the word "stroke" is being stroked and drawn as a path. Top-right we see a LaTeX formula that has been converted to a path. Left of that we see an ellipse showcasing precise dashing, notably the length of e.g. the short dash is equal wherever it is on the curve. Note that the dashes themselves are elliptical arcs as well (thus exactly precise even if magnified greatly). To the right we see a closed polygon of four points being smoothed by cubic Béziers that are smooth along the whole path, and the blue line on the left shows a smoothed open path. On the bottom you can see a rotated rasterized image. The result is equivalent for all renderers (PNG, PDF, SVG, etc.).svg pdf opengl canvas html-canvas cairo path rasterizer vector-graphics eps
Each typeface directory in the repository now includes a vertical metrics table (vertical_metrics.txt). Combine the data in these reference tables with the new font-line tool to modify any font to the line spacing that suits your needs. Tighten up or keep it loose.list awesome-list awesome font fonts font-face typeface typefaces otf ttf otf-fonts developer developer-tools
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