Google Releases Web Fonts Developer API, Feed

By HTMLGoodies Staff


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This week Google released its Google Web Fonts Developer API to developers, enabling them to utilize Google Web Fonts in their mobile and browser-based web apps. The company also announced a Google Web Fonts feed that showcases the most recently released Google Web Fonts.

As Google's Lenfant-Engelmann put it, "Such a feed would ensure that you can incorporate Google Web Fonts into applications and menus dynamically, without the need to hardcode any URLs. The benefits of this approach are clear. As Google Web Fonts continues to add fonts, these fonts can become immediately available within your applications and sites."

The Google Web Fonts Developer API is used along with JavaScript to create web apps and mobile applications, and the Web Fonts feed allows developers to sort results by alphabetical, date added, popularity, the number of available styles, and trends.

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