Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding custom fonts, part of Adobe Edge Code and Brackets: First Look.
…As I mentioned before Adobe Edge code has…a couple of features that Brackets doesn't have.…The features you see in Edge code…are going to be related to Creative Cloud integration.…So let's go ahead and explore some of the changes.…The first change is related to Web fonts.…Recently, Adobe purchased TypeKit, which is a technology that allows…you to use traditional fonts in your websites pretty easily.…You simply add a bit of code to…your project and the TypeKit website serves the fonts.…Adobe includes typekit licensing into your creative cloud membership.…So as long as you have the creative…cloud, you can easily include font into your projects.…
So traditionally the way that you work with typekit is by creating and account,…and if you want to you can sign in with your Creative Cloud account here.…And you can look for the fonts by…using these icons right here to specify different classifications.…Or look for fonts by properties down here.…Now Edge Code actually has a much simpler…way of doing this and it's actually baked into the interface.…
- What are Edge Code and Brackets?
- Installing Edge Code and Brackets
- Working with files
- Adding custom fonts
- Using Edge Inspect CC