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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.

fontkit - An advanced font engine for Node and the browser

  •    Javascript

Fontkit is an advanced font engine for Node and the browser, used by PDFKit. It supports many font formats, advanced glyph substitution and layout features, glyph path extraction, color emoji glyphs, font subsetting, and more. Opens a font file asynchronously, and calls the callback with a font object. For collection fonts (such as TrueType collection files), you can pass a postscriptName to get that font out of the collection instead of a collection object.

subfont - Command line tool to inject Google font subsets used glyphs into your page

  •    Javascript

A command line tool to statically analyse your page in order to generate the most optimal web font subsets, then inject them into your page. Speed up your time to first meaningful paint by reducing the web font payload and critical path to the font files.




ttfjs - TTFjs is a TrueType font parser entirely written in JavaScript and compatible to both Node

  •    Javascript

TTFjs is a TrueType font parser entirely written in JavaScript and compatible to both Node.js and the Browser. The following tables are implemented: cmap (currently only format 4), glyf (glyphs are not actually decomposed, only rewritten), head, hhea, hmtx, loca, maxp, name, os2, post (currently only format 3).

slice-lines - Fast algorithm for extracting a subset of lines from a string

  •    Javascript

Very efficient module for extracting a subset of lines from a string. Similar to str.slice(beginIndex, endIndex) except that the indexes are lines instead of bytes.

source-han-serif-ttf - Source Han Serif TTF

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Source Han Serif is an open source Pan-CJK typeface. It's a awesome work by Google and Adobe.