We all have viewed, used or sent PDF files and it is surely one of the most informative and common document formats on the internet.
In this discussion, I would like to share an implementation of generating PDFs from the HTML of a webpage(s) programmatically and easily.
We will make use of two Java libraries: Flying Saucer and iText, along with that to JSOUP – another open-source Java library has been used, for modifying the HTML dynamically.
You can get more information on the Flying Saucer API here.
In this blog post, I am going to explain how to implement these steps along with the code required.
Note: Go through this link : GENERATING PDF FROM HTML IN ADOBE EXPERIENCE MANAGER
Nice article. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing !!!
I am going to try this out thanks for sharing. We had some similar requirement lined up for a new requirement
Great community content!
Will this support or render java script prior to sending to itext?
I have a use-case in which i need to generate PDF from HTML page using URL.
I have sample Landing page which accepts a url-encoded parameter id
At the time of page load an ajax call gets triggered and some html gets rendered dynamically through jquery based on that url parameter.
Also, Can we achieve the use-case using pdf generator without using AEM Forms?