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Node.js Typekit API Client

This is a Node.js module that implements the Typekit developers API. It allows you to create, retrieve, delete, update, and publish Typekit kits from your Node.js code.


You can install the client using npm:

$ npm install typekit

and then include it in your code:

var kit = require('typekit');

kit.create(token, {
  name: 'Example',
  families: [{id: 'gkmg'}],
  domains: ['localhost']
}, function (err, data) {
  kit.update(token,, {
    families: ['gkmg', 'gkda']
  }, function (err) {
    kit.publish(token,, function (err) {
      console.log('All done!');


The typekit module has the following methods:

  • create(token, data, callback) Create a new kit;
  • update(token, id, data, callback) Update an existing kit;
  • get(token, id, callback) Get an existing kit;
  • list(token, callback) List all existing kits;
  • remove(token, id, callback) Remove an existing kit;
  • publish(token, id, callback) Publish an existing kit.

The token parameter should be your Typekit API token. The id parameter is a kit identifier, and the callback is always called with two arguments: err and data. If There are no errors err is null.

License and Copyright

The Node.js Typekit API client is licensed under the new BSD license. Copyright 2013 (c) Bram Stein. All rights reserved.

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