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pdfkit - A JavaScript PDF generation library for Node and the browser

  •    CoffeeScript

A JavaScript PDF generation library for Node and the browser. PDFKit is a PDF document generation library for Node and the browser that makes creating complex, multi-page, printable documents easy. It's written in CoffeeScript, but you can choose to use the API in plain 'ol JavaScript if you like. The API embraces chainability, and includes both low level functions as well as abstractions for higher level functionality. The PDFKit API is designed to be simple, so generating complex documents is often as simple as a few function calls.

resumake.io - 📋 A website for automatically generating elegant LaTeX resumes.

  •    Javascript

A website for automatically generating elegant LaTeX resumes without the need to write any TeX code yourself. Simply choose a template, fill in as much (or as little) info as you want, and then press Make to see your output. You can change your template at any point to see how your resume looks with different designs.

pdf-bot - 🤖 A Node queue API for generating PDFs using headless Chrome

  •    Javascript

Easily create a microservice for generating PDFs using headless Chrome. pdf-bot is installed on a server and will receive URLs to turn into PDFs through its API or CLI. pdf-bot will manage a queue of PDF jobs. Once a PDF job has run it will notify you using a webhook so you can fetch the API. pdf-bot supports storing PDFs on S3 out of the box. Failed PDF generations and Webhook pings will be retried after a configurable decaying schedule.

OpenPDF - Java library for PDF files

  •    Java

OpenPDF is a Java library for creating and editing PDF files. OpenPDF is the LGPL/MPL open source successor of iText, and is based on a fork, of a fork, of iText 4 svn tag.




html-pdf-chrome - HTML to PDF converter via Chrome/Chromium

  •    TypeScript

HTML to PDF converter via Chrome/Chromium. Note: It is strongly recommended that you keep Chrome running side-by-side with Node.js. There is significant overhead starting up Chrome for each PDF generation which can be easily avoided.