Adobe Creative SDK for developers adds Typekit to 3rd-party apps

If you’re an app developer, you may already be familiar with the Adobe Creative SDK (Software Development Kit) — a collection of APIs and other software components that enables developers to build Adobe Creative Cloud services directly into their own apps.

We’re delighted to share that developers can now use the Creative SDK to plug Typekit functionality into their mobile apps. This enables even broader reach for our font library than many of our existing integrations.

Basically, if you’d like to enable your own customers to choose sync fonts from their Typekit accounts when they’re working with your application, the Creative SDK gives you this ability — on mobile, no less, which is a big first for us. To get started, check out the Creative SDK documentation for adding Typekit functionality to your apps.

Check out the Creative SDK blog for more details.

One Response

  1. Violet says:

    Learning this now! Great facility! Thank you for pointing this out!

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