FYI : i found that the google repo is more easy to integrate :
thank you for your answers anyway
it is an iPad app, so the user can not simply go to the website and download the font.
I was looking to integrate the search engine of dafont and show the result within my app.
This is usually done via API, where the website can be requested via predefined query and put its answer into xml file.
You are right that the fonts must be declared into the app, but they are not obligatory embedded.
I can imagine a process where the user has to download the fonts at runtime, and after licences fee for exemple.
My question was more about API, as I haven't seen automatical integration of dafont.
I think I can also ask webmaster at dafont.com
edit : in fact, I don't even need to declare all the fonts in the app, as I can add them at runtime with :
Edited on Mar 15, 2012 at 12:45 by Diwann
even if I don't include the fonts by default but help my users to discover them ?
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