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fontfaceobserver - Webfont loading. Simple, small, and efficient.

  •    Javascript

Font Face Observer is a small @font-face loader and monitor (3.5KB minified and 1.3KB gzipped) compatible with any webfont service. It will monitor when a webfont is loaded and notify you. It does not limit you in any way in where, when, or how you load your webfonts. Unlike the Web Font Loader Font Face Observer uses scroll events to detect font loads efficiently and with minimum overhead. The FontFaceObserver constructor takes two arguments: the font-family name (required) and an object describing the variation (optional). The object can contain weight, style, and stretch properties. If a property is not present it will default to normal. To start loading the font, call the load method. It'll immediately return a new Promise that resolves when the font is loaded and rejected when the font fails to load.

brick - Open-source webfont service

  •    HTML

In the age of the Internet, we've found ourselves in yet another typographic battle. In an effort to speed up loading times, we've compressed fonts, and along the way, we've lost the majority of the quality of rendered type. Let's change that. The fonts served by Brick are clones of the original, converted without modification to several formats for wider browser compatibility.

Hack - A typeface designed for source code

  •    Shell

Don't like the development noise from the repository but want to keep up with changes? Check out our gitter Hack channel. Have a quick question that doesn't require an issue report? Drop by our gitter Help channel and ask away. Hack is designed to be a workhorse typeface for source code. It has deep roots in the free, open source typeface community and expands upon the contributions of the Bitstream Vera & DejaVu projects. The large x-height + wide aperture + low contrast design make it legible at commonly used source code text sizes with a sweet spot that runs in the 8 - 14 range. The full set of changes to the upstream source are available in the changelog.

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.

web-font-loading-recipes - A bunch of demos for different web font loading strategies

  •    HTML

A bunch of demos for different web font loading strategies. Some of these are included on A Comprehensive Guide to Font Loading Strategies, some of them are more experimental. As web fonts are a progressive enhancement and with increasing support for the CSS Font Loading API, we can look forward to a time in which we won’t need to inline a polyfill into the header (for even faster font loading). The simplified CSS Font Loading API recipes are the defaults, but polyfilled versions are included for broader browser support. In practice this means only the polyfilled versions will show web fonts in Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers (which do not have support for the CSS Font Loading API).

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.

fontfaceonload - A simple utility to execute a callback when a webfont loads.

  •    Javascript

Use with any existing @font-face declaration. Include the library. Call the JavaScript.

jquery.webfonts - jQuery based Webfonts library

  •    Javascript

jQuery WebFonts extension adds font embedding capability to jquery using the WebFonts technology. The extension provides a flexible way to choose font from a font repository and apply on html elements.Since some browsers will not be able to load JSON using AJAX if you run the tests as local files (file://), so you should run them from a web server (http://).

postcss-foft-classes - A postcss plugin to automatically add classes for various font loading strategies

  •    Javascript

A postcss plugin to automatically add classes for various font loading strategies. Based heavily on netlify/postcss-fout-with-a-class. Documentation currently only has Gulp config examples but is open to contributions with other build tool configurations! This works anywhere postcss does.

powerline-web-fonts - Powerline Web Fonts for Chromebook

  •    HTML

Powerline Web Fonts working in Secure Shell and working also on Chromebook (or pretty much anything running Chrome). See preview.html and Slant if you don't know which to choose.

fontfacegen - Browser font-face generator for creating browser usable fonts from ttf's or otf's

  •    Javascript

From a ttf or otf, generate the required ttf, eot, woff, svg and css for the font to be used in browsers. Help is required to get fontfacegen running on Window and Linux. Any documentation on running on these platforms would be greatly appreciated.

faux-pas - A script to highlight elements that are mismatched incorrectly to @​font-face blocks, which may result in shoddy faux bold or faux italic rendering

  •    HTML

A script to highlight elements that are mismatched incorrectly to @font-face blocks, which may result in shoddy faux bold or faux italic rendering. Works standalone—no dependencies. Want this on the command line? Check out node-faux-pas.

woff2-feature-test - A simple feature test for the WOFF2 font format

  •    Javascript

A simple feature test for the WOFF2 font format. Given that we use loadCSS to asynchronously load a stylesheet containing all of our typefaces as data URIs, we need a way to programmatically determine if the WOFF2 format is supported in the browser.

fonts - Web fonts that you probably won't find in a CDN


Web fonts that you probably won't find in a CDN. Important disclaimer: These fonts are their authors' property and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions, or public domain. The author of this repository is in no way responsibile for the copyright or terms of use for these fonts. All questions should be directed to the fonts authors.

Woffle - Drag and drop woff and woff2 web font generator for macOS

  •    Python

Woffle is built with the open source sfnt2woff-zopfli and woff2_compress font compilers and implements the same web font build approach that we use in Hack, all in a tidy little GUI package. Select either of the following approaches to install Woffle on your OS X system.

ember-cli-webfontloader - WebFontLoader wrapped in Ember CLI addon

  •    Javascript

WebFontLoader wrapped in Ember CLI addon. Allows you to subscribe to events and configure fonts through your Ember environment configuration file. Take into account that version >= 0.4.x of this addon require Ember 2.x and fastboot >=1.0.rc1 Please use 0.3.2 if you don't fulfill both requirements.

Web-Fonts-Generator-Service - web font生成器:based on TTFRender, gulp-ttf2woff, and NodeJS. 简化中文字体定制。

  •    Javascript

web font生成器:based on TTFRender, gulp-ttf2woff, and NodeJS. 简化中文字体定制。

typecatcher - Download Google webfonts on the Linux desktop

  •    Python

TypeCatcher allows you to search, browse, and download Google webfonts for off-line use on the Linux desktop. You can preview fonts with adjustable size and text. Pull requests and bug reports are welcome here. If Bazaar is more your style, this began on Launchpad and is still mirrored there. It can be translated there as well.