PSPDFKit for Web Example – Webpack
This example uses the Standalone version of PSPDFKit for Web distributed as an npm package.
- A PSPDFKit for Web license. If you don't already have one you can request a free trial here.
Support, Issues and License Questions
PSPDFKit offers support for customers with an active SDK license via https://pspdfkit.com/support/request/
Are you evaluating our SDK? That's great, we're happy to help out! To make sure this is fast, please use a work email and have someone from your company fill out our sales form: https://pspdfkit.com/sales/
Clone the repo:
git clone https://github.com/PSPDFKit/pspdfkit-web-example-webpack.git cd pspdfkit-web-example-webpack
Install the project dependencies with
Now that everything is installed we need to configure the app to use our PSPDFKit for Web license key.
./config/license-key and replace the string
YOUR_LICENSE_KEY_GOES_HERE with the license key that you received via e-mail.
Running the Example
We are ready to launch the app!
npm run start
You can now open http://localhost:8080 in your browser and enjoy!
Upload a PDF either via the
Select File button at top-left or by dropping a PDF into the page.
We put a sample PDF document in the
assets folder of this project for you to try!
For further instructions please refer to our online guide available at https://pspdfkit.com/guides/web/current/standalone/adding-to-your-project#toc_install-with-npm
If you are using an evaluation license you can find the license key at https://pspdfkit.com/guides/web/current/standalone/integration/#toc_example-application
To run the app in development mode run
npm run start:dev
webpack configuration file
webpack configuration file is located at ./config/webpack.js.
This software is licensed under a modified BSD license.
Please ensure you signed our CLA so we can accept your contributions.