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glyphhanger - Your web font utility belt

  •    Javascript

Your web font utility belt. It shows what unicode-ranges are used on a web site (optionally for a font-family or for each font-family). It can also subset web fonts. It makes julienne fries. Available on npm.

layout-bmfont-text - word-wraps and lays out text glyphs

  •    Javascript

Provides layout and word-wrapping for left-to-right Latin text, primarily aimed at bitmap font rendering in Canvas/WebGL. The input font should be in the format of BMFont json, see here.You can use bmfont-lato for testing, or load-bmfont for Node/Browser loading.

msdf-bmfont - Generate BMFont texture and spec using msdfgen

  •    Javascript

Converts a .ttf font file into multichannel signed distance fields, then outputs packed spritesheets and a json representation of an AngelCode BMfont.Signed distance fields are a method of reproducing vector shapes from a texture representation, popularized in this paper by Valve. This tool uses Chlumsky/msdfgen to generate multichannel signed distance fields to preserve corners. The distance fields are created from vector fonts, then rendered into texture pages. A BMFont object is provided for character layout.

three-bmfont-text - renders BMFont files in ThreeJS with word-wrapping

  •    Javascript

Bitmap font rendering for ThreeJS, batching glyphs into a single BufferGeometry. Supports word-wrapping, letter spacing, kerning, signed distance fields with standard derivatives, multi-channel signed distance fields, multi-texture fonts, and more. About 12kb after minification.Works on Three r69-73, r79, and possibly more.




uniscribe - Debug help for Unicode strings

  •    Ruby

Describes Unicode characters with their name and shows compositions. Uses a similar color coding like its lower-level companion tool unibits.

text-modules - :pencil2: a list of text/font modules

  •    Javascript

A collection of modules for processing, manipulating, and rendering text and fonts in Node and the browser. Please open an issue or submit a PR for suggestions/improvements.Parses BMFont file formats to a standardized JSON.

goarabic - A Go Lang package for dealing with Arabic text.

  •    Go

A Go Lang package for dealing with Arabic text. Package docs available on gopkgdoc.

vscode-svg-icons - Snippets for a variety of SVG icons

  •    Javascript

Snippets for popular SVG icons including Octicons, Evil Icons, Open Iconic, SmartIcons Glyphs, and Bytesize (see details).


XEIcon - Beautiful transformable iconic font made for the web.

  •    CSS

XEIcon is a full shite of 820 pictographic icons for easy scalable vector graphics on websites, created by designer, Lee Junha, and maintained by XpressEngine. Download the latest release.

glisph - Glyph rendering engine using OpenGL shading language for Common Lisp.

  •    Common

GLisph is a glyph rendering engine using OpenGL shader language. The engine draws string clearly by vector based font rendering on an OpenGL context. TrueType (TTF) is the only drawable format currently. Initialize the engine as below first.

beatrix - A tool to chop off useless fonts glyphs and convert TTF/OTF into WOFF & WOFF2

  •    Javascript

Users spend a lot of time downloading web assets: JS, CSS, images, fonts, etc. To reduce waiting time, developers compress the assets, gzip them, use optimized formats for images and fonts. But sometimes the developers can go a little bit further. When they have all the rights for fonts they use, it's possible to leave only the glyphs their website needs. Just cut off the rest ones.

open-weather-icons - Weather icon font and css themed icons specialy created for Open Weather Map Api, ready to be used on any project

  •    HTML

Weather icon font and css themed icons specialy created for Open Weather Map Api, ready to be used in any project. Place the contents from fonts and css folder in your project, assuming that your fonts are located under a ../fonts/ path relatively to your css directory.






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