Web Based PDF generation
What can we do for you?
Generate PDF files from User Input. Your PDFs can contain images and text. They can then be dispatched to email addresses, stored online, displayed in a Web Browser or be securely stored. PDF stands for Portable Document Format. That is, the document itself can be viewed on all Operating Systems, be they Linux, Macintosh or Windows, and render as expected.
In our 8 years of trading online, we've had numerous calls for PDF generation (Invoices, Reports, Receipts, Informational Documents), and we've been able to help in each case. However given the complexity of PDFs (each element, image and text, in the document must be precisely positioned on the X nd Y axes), we've yet to release a generic script.
What do you need?
Your server must have the PDF::API2 module installed. This is a non-standard Perl Module freely available at CPAN. If you're on a Shared Hosting Platform, and PDF::API2 is not installed, you'll need to ask your host to install it. If you have your own dedicated server and need help installing PDF::API2, we can help. If you're a developer and have landed on this page in your effort to find a solution, we can probably help you also. Documentation on the PDF::API2 Perl module is scarce and concise. The best way to learn when you cannot find answers on the web is to look at the PDF::API2 source code.
If you require help developing your own application, or an application developed to generate PDFs on the web, contact us here.