react-pdf-js - A React component to wrap PDF.js

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react-pdf-js provides a component for rendering PDF documents using PDF.js. Written for React 15/16 and ES2015 using the Airbnb style guide.

https://github.com/mikecousins/react-pdf-js

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pdfjs-dist : 2.0.550

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