Archive for the ‘pdf’ Category

Writing Async Libraries – Let’s Convert HTML to PDF

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I can barely remember a conference where the topic of asynchronous PHP wasn't discussed. I am pleased that it's so frequently spoken about these days. There's a secret these speakers aren't telling, though... Making asynchronous servers, resolving dom...

Custom PDF Rendering in JavaScript with Mozilla’s PDF.Js

When it comes to the Web, almost every modern browser supports viewing of PDF documents natively. But, that native component is outside of the developer's control. Imagine that because of some business rule in your web app, you wanted to disable the Pr...

Filling out PDF Forms with PDFtk and PHP

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PDF files are one of the most common ways of sharing documents online. Whether we need to pass our clients’ documents to third-party service providers like banks or insurance companies, or just to send a CV to an employer, using a PDF document is fre...