Setting up font rendering in a memory-constrained embedded systems sounds hard. But it turns out it can be easily done, with kerning and all, in a day's work.
I've discovered a new way to convert screenshots into vector graphics — allowing me to create logo concepts by playing with fonts before I buy them.
Font Awesome gives us the ability to use vector icons in web apps with ease. Using Font Custom, we can create our own icon sets like Font Awesome!
If you're developing a Ruby on Rails application on OS X, you'll need this workaround to keep Font Awesome from crashing capybara-webkit.
With Rails 3.1 now here, how do you serve up all the assets for your web apps? This is a brief start to finish on serving up fonts via the asset pipeline.