BuildVu Microservice Example
IDRsolutions' BuildVu Microservice Example is an open source project that allows you to convert PDF to HTML5 or SVG by running BuildVu as a web service in the cloud or on-premise.
Please note that BuildVu is paid-for, commercial software - however you can use the trial version for free. Just rename the trial .jar to "buildvu.jar".
How do I get set up?
What you'll need:
If you do not have a full verison of BuildVu you can get the trial version from here. This can then be used with the following languages:
please follow instructions on relevant pages on how to do this.
Clone a copy of the buildvu-microservice-example git repo:
git clone git://github.com/idrsolutions/buildvu-microservice-example
Add the BuildVu jar to the project by copying it into the /lib directory. Make sure that it is named "buildvu.jar"
Open up a terminal / command prompt window in the base directory of the buildvu-microservice-example project, and build the .war file by running the command:
mvn compile war:war
This will generate the buildvu.war file inside the /target directory.
See our application server tutorials for instructions on deployment.
Tutorials for cloud platforms coming soon...
Docker usage has moved to it's own project here.
You can interact with the BuildVu Microservice Example using the REST API.
A complete list of raw requests that can be used can be found here.
For specific languages, see our tutorials on how to run BuildVu from other languages.
Who do I talk to?
Found a bug, or have a suggestion / improvement? Let us know through the Issues page.
Got questions? You can contact us here.
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