A Portable Document Format (PDF) generation library targeting both the server- and client-side.
npm install firstname.lastname@example.org
2.0.0 Breaking Changes
2.0.0 is a re-write. The implementation is expected to settle with the current approach of streaming layouting with smart content chunking, which allows for having a small memory footprint even when creating a PDF document with thousands of pages.
2.0.0 requires Node >= 7. If you get an error on
require('pdfjs') you are probably using an older Node.js version, which can be fixed by updating Node.js or by running pdfjs through a transpiler like babel.
- Text (with common formatting options)
- Images (JPEGs, other PDFs)
- Tables (fixed layout, header row)
- Header & Footer
- AFM fonts && OTF font embedding (as CID fonts, i.e., support for fonts with large character sets)
- Add existing PDFs (merge them or add them as page templates)
- Document outline
A lot of examples can be found in the test folder.
If you are missing a feature, feel free to submit a PR or to ask for it.