Working with CFF Fonts | API Solution for .NET
As you may find from the article about font formats, Compact Font Format (CFF) is not exactly a format but rather the way to compress other font formats. This integration allows OpenType fonts to benefit from both the compactness of CFF and the scalability of TrueType.
It was developed by Adobe Systems as a compact representation of PostScript fonts and is shaped by characteristics like outlines and hints, subroutines, charstring encoding, and OpenType integration.
Aspose.Font for .NET API lets you work with CFF fonts in your .NET applications. Here are some manipulations covered by the Documentation:
- Load CFF font files, extract data from these and save them back.
- Convert CFF fonts to another font format. By now, Aspose.Font can only use CFF as an input format, but not an output one.
- Font classes for supported font formats will teach you the basic functionality and classes, methods, interfaces, and other entities to cover this functionality.
The functionality for working with CFF fonts within Aspose.Font API for .NET is covered with the next namespaces: