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mvpasarel/typekit-php

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Typekit Client implementation with PHP

Install

Via Composer

$ composer require mvpasarel/typekit-php

Usage

Initialize the client with your developer API token. You can get your API token here. All method calls return the JSON representation of the return from calling the Typekit API.

$typekit = new \Mvpasarel\Typekit\TypekitClient('<API token>');

Get all kits

To get all your kits, use the following command:

$typekit->getKits();

Get kit

To get information about a specific kit, input the kit id as the argument:

$typekit->getKit($kitId);

Create kit

To create a new kit, use the method createKit($name, $domains, $families). Name and domains fields are required, but the families field is not.

The arguments are in the following format:

  • $name: string
  • $domains: PHP array of strings of format array('localhost', '*.domain.com', '127.0.0.1')
  • $families: set of arrays with the following key => values
    • 'id' : font family id (string)
    • (optional) 'variations' : comma separated variations (string).

An example of the families format is: $families = array(array('id' => 'ftnk', 'variations' => 'n3,n4'), array('id' => 'pcpv', 'variations' => 'n4')) in which case we would create a kit with the font families Futura-PT and Droid Sans with font variations normal 3 ($font-weight:300 and not italicized or strong), normal 4 and normal 4, respectively.

Example usage:

$name = 'example typekit kit';

$domains = array('localhost', '*.domain.com');

$families = array(array('id' => 'ftnk', 'variations' => 'n3,n4'), array('id' => 'pcpv', 'variations' => 'n4'));

$typekit->createKit($name, $domains, $families);

Update kit

To create a new kit, use the method updateKit($kitId, $name='', $domains=array(), $families=array()). The only required field is $kitId and name. domains and families fields are not required.

Field formats are the same as createKit.

Example usage:

$name = 'Example';

$typekit->updateKit($kitId, $name);

Remove kit

To remove a kit, use the method removeKit($kitId). The $kitId field is required.

$typekit->removeKit($kitId);

Publish kit

To publish a kit, use the method publishKit($kitId). The $kitId field is required.

$typekit->publishKit($kitId);

Get font family

To retrieve information regarding a given font family, use the method getFontFamily($font). The argument font is a string and can be a Typekit font id or a slug of the font as named in Typekit. The method does not slugify the input, so make sure to slugify it before entering the argument.

$typekit->getFontFamily('<font_id>');

Get font variations

To retrieve all possible variations of a given font, use the method getFontVariations($font). The argument is the same as for getFontFamily($font). This method returns a PHP array of all possible variations of the font.

$variations = $typekit->getFontVariations('futura-pt'); # using font slug

or

$variations = $typekit->getFontVariations('ftnk'); # using font id

OUTPUT:
array('n3', 'i3', 'n4', 'i4', 'n5', 'i5', 'n7', 'i7', 'n8', 'i8')

Add font to kit

To add font to kit, use the method kitAddFont($kitId, $font, $variations). Arguments for this method is the same format as the ones above, BUT variations should be in array. Returns nothing.

$typekit->kitAddFont('$kitId', 'futura-pt', array(n3,n5,n7));

Remove font from kit

To add font to kit, use the method kitRemoveFont($kitId, $font). Arguments for this method is the same format as the ones above, BUT variations should be in array. Returns nothing.

$typekit->kitRemoveFont($kitId, 'futura-pt');

Other methods

getKitValues($kitId) - Retrieves kit values in an array of format: [$name, $domains, $families]

getKitFonts($kitId) - Retrieves an array of font ids in a given kit

kitContainsFont($kitId, $font) - Checks to see if a font exists in a kit.

Testing

$ TYPEKIT_TOKEN=<API token> phpunit

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please use Contact Form instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

Thanks to

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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