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grunt-webfont - SVG to webfont converter for Grunt


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.

opentype - An OpenType, TrueType, WOFF, and WOFF2 parser in JavaScript


This is a pure JavaScript parser for OpenType font files. It supports fonts with CFF and TrueType outlines, and can read fonts wrapped as WOFF and WOFF2. This roughly corresponds to all the metadata available in most fonts. I'm hoping to add support for glyf, CFF, and related tables time permitting.

ttf2woff2 - Convert ttf files to woff2.


Convert TTF files to WOFF2. This is a NodeJS wrapper for the Google WOFF2 project. If the C++ wrapper compilation fail, it fallbacks to an Emscripten build.




fontoptim - Generates CSS with WOFF(2) fonts embedded as Base64


Generates CSS with WOFF(2) fonts embedded as Base64. Use these CSS to load webfonts asynchronously, avoid invisible text and reduce flickering. Based on ideas from Adam Beres-Deak’s article Better webfont loading with using localStorage and providing WOFF2 support.

grunt-fontoptim - Generates CSS with WOFF(2) fonts embedded as Base64


Generates CSS with WOFF(2) fonts embedded as Base64. Use these CSS to load webfonts asynchronously, avoid invisible text and reduce flickering. Based on ideas from Adam Beres-Deak’s article Better webfont loading with using localStorage and providing WOFF2 support.


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


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.

fonty - A simple library and CLI tool for generating web fonts


A simple library/CLI tool for generating web fonts. If the path/to/output is a directory, it should end with a single forward slash(/).