Dealing with web fonts can be tricky and sometimes you just need the right tools to help you achieve this. The tools below are a list of font loaders, font resizers and performance tools.
Up-to-date data on support for type and typographic features on the web.
A tool to help you apply CSS based on the text rasterizer and antialiasing your browser is using
A simple plugin to keep font-size in proportion with it's containers size
Preventing the Performance Hit from Custom Fonts
Webfont optimization is a critical piece of the overall performance strategy. This article by Google dives into optimizing loading and rendering of your webfonts.
Steve Souders explores the impact that web fonts can have on web page performance.
A useful tool that provides you with up-to-date data on support for type and typographic features on the web.
Adds OpenType features—ligatures, kerning, and more—to Normalize.css.
Brick.im serves high quality fonts converted to several formats for wider browser compatibility.
Typebase.css is a minimal, customizable typography stylesheet. It has both less and sass versions so it can easily be modified and merged into modern web projects.
A Hassle-Free Way to Self-Host Google Fonts. Get eot, ttf, svg, woff and woff2 files + CSS snippets.