Font dragr is a
@font-face testing web app that allows your to test fonts right in the browser. Whether it's from your file system or from the font dragr gallery you can easily test in multiple browsers how a font will look.
In supporting browsers1 you can simply drag and drop a font file right into the browser and it will render for you to test away.
1. Works in FF3.6+, Chrome 6+ and IE10 PP2.
2. Github doesn't like bookmarklets so go to the font dragr homepage and get it off there.
Run it locally
You can get a copy of font dragr running on your local environment following these steps:
- Install Node.js and Express with Jade follow the instructions on each project page.
make clean installto build the project. This will create a deploy folder
- Run `node app.js' inside the deploy folder
- View 127.0.0.1:45995 on your machine to see it working.
This project doesnt include the gallery files found on font dragr live site but dropping font files from your file system will work fine in supporting browsers.
Build with Source Map support
Source maps allow you to map your combined files back to their original state. Using the
MakefileSourcemap make file this will do a build using Closure Compiler which can generate source maps. See dev.fontdragr.com in Chrome Canary or WebKit Nightly with Source Maps enabled.
make -f MakefileSourcemap clean install and it'll do some extra stuff to get source map support added in.
See something that can be improved, want a feature added or you've found a bug?
Feature or bug fix
- Fork the project and make your changes or write a fix for that bug you found.
- Create a pull request and smile :)
Found a bug or want to request a feature?
- File an issue with as much information as possible in the issue section of the project
Font dragr is licensed under MIT so you can pretty much do as you please with it. See license file.