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The SetaPDF-Signer API allows PHP developers to digital sign PDF documents in pure PHP. Digital signatures in PDF or any other document serves two purposes: The signature guarantees the document's integrity and it allows the recipient to identify the signer of a document.
The SetaPDF-Merger API allows PHP developers to merge or split existing PDF documents in pure PHP. Additionally the API offers an easy way to add bookmark outlines to the resulting document.
The SetaPDF-LinkReplacer API allows a PHP developer to access and modify link targets in an existing PDF document.
SetaPDF-FormFiller API Lite
The SetaPDF-FormFiller API Lite lets you (pre-)fill in textfields of PDF forms programmatically. But this API is not limited to filling in conventional PDF forms. It is also suitable for the personalization of existing PDF documents. The major benefit: developers don't have to know any positioning information, but only the name of the form field - the positioning is done by the API.
The SetaPDF-Encryptor API is a collection of PHP classes facilitating PHP developers to encrypt existing PDF documents with up to 256-bit with the standard (40/128-bit) and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard - 128/256-bit) algorithms. The simple interface allows easy encryption of existing document within minutes.
The SetaPDF-Stamper API is a collection of PHP classes facilitating PHP developers to add new content to existing PDF documents in a fast, easy, and reliable way. The perfect solution for on-the-fly personalization of PDF documents! The SetaPDF-Stamper API isn't an overloaded PDF/PHP-API - it is dedicated to one purpose: Adding new content to existing PDF documents in an intuitive way - in pure PHP.
PDF Converter for HTML and Postscript
This script is 100% FREE for commercial AND non-commercial use! Render pages as PDF documents or PostScript files. Options available for FPdf generation, form processing, PDFLib support, and many more! Lengthy documentation is available for developers.
Macronimous- Creating Dynamic PDF files using HTML and PHP
This article explains how to create PDF files dynamically using PHP, from html file to PDF format using FPDF and HTML2FPDF PHP class libraries.
TCPDF - PHP Class for PDF
FPDI is collection of PHP classes that allow developers to read pages from existing PDF documents and to use them as templates in FPDF or TCPDF. Apart from a copy of FPDF/TCPDF, FPDI does not require any special PHP extensions. Also a new template feature for FPDF is included that builds the basis for FPDI. Detailed documentation and demo-scripts are available on the project homepage.
This is a free class to create PDF files without PDFlib (no extension is required). It has many features, such as: choice of measure unit, margins and page format, header and footer handling, automatic line break and page break, text justification, images, colors, links, fonts and encodings.
HTML_ToPDF (PDF on the Fly)
Printing webpages is great, but every browser renders a page differently. This can cause problems if you need to be able to print a page that looks the same no matter what platform or browser is being used. Additionally, PDF files can be searched and browsed as a sort of notebook, making it a useful file format for large text files. This script takes the hassle out of generating a PDF file from your webpage. Use it to convert online recipts, documents, etc. into a format that will look the same on any platform and printer. Includes support for converting images, using the stylesheets to customize the look of the PDF file, PDF encryption and permissions, and error handling.
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