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Fonts - Font files available from Google Fonts

  •    Typeface

This project contains the binary font files served by Google Fonts. The top level directories indicate the license of all files found within them. Subdirectories are named according to the family name of the fonts within. Each family subdirectory contains the .ttf font files served by Google Fonts, plus a METADATA.pb file with metadata for the family, and a DESCRIPTION.en_us.html with a description of the family in US English.

google-type - Collaborative typography project using select passages from Aesop's Fables set to Google Fonts

  •    CSS

Thousands have visited this project and many are using this as an ongoing reference tool to learn about typography. It's important that submissions (pull requests) demonstrate a good foundation in typography. The primary goal is to communicate, not decorate.

google-webfonts-helper - A Hassle-Free Way to Self-Host Google Fonts

  •    Javascript

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.

fontsource - Self-host Open Source fonts in neatly bundled NPM packages.

  •    CSS

Alternatively, you can see the list of supported fonts in Markdown format here. Self-hosting brings significant performance gains as loading fonts from hosted services, such as Google Fonts, lead to an extra (render blocking) network request. To provide perspective, for simple websites it has been seen to double visual load times. Benchmarks can be found here and here.

awesome-fonts - Curated list of fonts and everything


A curated list of fonts and typography resources. Feel free to make a pull request. Click here to read the guidelines.

ember-cli-google-fonts - ember-cli addon for Google Fonts

  •    Javascript

Lazily add Google Fonts to your Ember application. This addon will add the fonts declaration to the content-for: head hook to avoid including these inside the css files.

font-library - :card_index: An open source project to tag and organize Google Fonts

  •    CSS

The are over 800 Google Fonts, let's organize them! See CONTRIBUTING.md to get started. Font Library is built with Jekyll. If you're updating tags in families.json, you don't need to build the site locally, but you can if you prefer to see your changes before you submit a pull request.

Inkwell - An inkwell to use custom fonts on the fly.

  •    Swift

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first. Install CocoaPods if need be.

Font-Downloader - Download fonts from google!

  •    Python

If you use GNOME Builder, simply cloning the project is enough, otherwise you need to install libhandy as a dependency.

gftools - Misc tools for working with the Google Fonts library

  •    Python

This project contains tools used for working with the Google Fonts collection, plus Google Fonts Glyph Set Documentation in the /encodings subdirectory. While these tools are primarily intended for contributors to the Google Fonts project, anyone who works with fonts could find them useful.

Inconsolata - Development repo of Inconsolata Fonts by Raph Levien

  •    HTML

They are available in two families. Inconsolata source files are available in .glyphs format located in the /sources directory.

web-fonts-repository - A simple webfont hosting. Google Fonts alternative for your own fonts.

  •    PHP

A simple webfont hosting inspired by Google Fonts. It runs on your server, stores and distributes webfont files and generates CSS on-the-go for embedding fonts on web pages. Where webfonts is a path to a directory where the repository should be installed.

google-font-metadata - A metadata generator that fetches and parses the Google Fonts API.

  •    Javascript

A metadata generator that fetches and parses the Google Fonts API to be primarily used for the Fontsource monorepo. APIv1 uses the Google Fonts CSS APIv1 that includes different font files for every subset, but does NOT include unicode-range values.

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