You can see for example the image that I have used in the header is generated by the API, the URI for it is as follows: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/font/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/preview/png.api. A glyph, unicode п preview is the following URI: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/font/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/glyph/1087/png.api; which if you wanted the data on the font would be the following URI: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/data/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/json.api.
Just say you wanted to download the font in nearly every format ever needed even *.ik for mobile phones you can download a 7zip pack for this font from the following URI: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/data/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/7z/download.api or what about it in an rar, the URI will do that: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/data/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/rar/download.api or even a zip file if you want it would be the URI: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/data/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/zip/download.api.
It has a git repository you can pair with that the API uses as an offline cache for less than popular fonts so the server doesn’t fill up with endless amounts of fonts that are never used you can find this here on this URI: https://sourceforge.net/p/chronolabsapis/fonting/ci/master/tree/ (which is automated with the server). So if you wanted to download all the fonts you would get a copy of the git, when I last checked it was around 2GB for around 850 fonts so it will get quite large!
There is two RSS Feeds of the service one which is 0-day font releases which is the following URI: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/data/zeroday/rss.api?20 or for example the top 20 fonts with hits on the service: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/data/popular/rss.api?20; there is also a ways to embed the font in HTML with a CSS Stylesheet which the following URI still for the font you see in the header of this article image URI is: http://fonts.labs.coop/v2/font/dad0c93e29abefe525fb28a48f6971b1/css.api…
See with me as a programmer I know I pass your action on a form, that is the submission, in your impression throughout the processes I write like an instance of how are you-you are! all the way through but one advantage is the carèt I have has stuff like none of that eon’s of built-up caffeine burst over and over repetitively as the convulsions of spatial linear we’re occurring. Unlike your carèt from earth. A carèt is two things, the cursor you type with that mysteriously produces all those characters as well as the dash for example and things around the e in carèt a much older word I am running for cursor’s. So I will produce from your fonts if you upload them to http://fonts.labs.coop and I don’t mind if you upload some torrents of fonts either, it is all fingerprinted.