2.19
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A long-lived project that still receives updates
The PDF::Reader library implements a PDF parser conforming as much as possible to the PDF specification from Adobe
3.15
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A long-lived project that still receives updates
Wicked PDF uses the shell utility wkhtmltopdf to serve a PDF file to a user from HTML. In other words, rather than dealing with a PDF generation DSL of some sort, you simply write an HTML view as you would normally, and let Wicked take care of the hard stuff.
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Super cool PDF templates using iText's PdfStamper. == CAVEAT: Anything super cool must have a caveat. You have to use JRuby or RJB. Plus you can only use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to create the templates. == EXAMPLE: pdf = PDF::Stamper.new("my_template.pdf") pdf.text :first_name, &quo...
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Fill out PDF forms (templates) using iText's PdfStamper. == CAVEAT: You have to use JRuby or RJB. You need Adobe LiveCycle Designer or Acrobat Professional to create the templates. == EXAMPLE: pdf = PDF::Stamper.new("my_template.pdf") pdf.text :first_name, "Jason" pdf.text :last_name, "Yates" ...
0.0
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Super cool PDF templates using iText's PdfStamper. == CAVEAT: Anything super cool must have a caveat. You have to use JRuby or RJB. Plus you can only use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to create the templates. == EXAMPLE: pdf = PDF::Stamper.new("my_template.pdf") pdf.text :first_name, "Jason" pdf.te...
0.3
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A Ruby frontend to the pdftk binary, including FDF and XFDF creation. Just pass your template and a hash of data to fill in.
0.81
The project is in a healthy, maintained state
An extension for Asciidoctor that converts AsciiDoc documents to PDF using the Prawn PDF library.
0.0
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pdfmult is a command line tool that rearranges multiple copies of a PDF page (shrunken) on one page. It is a wrapper for pdflatex with the pdfpages package.
0.0
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Shave pages off of PDFs as images. PDFShaver makes iterating PDF pages easy by wrapping Google Chrome's PDFium library in an enumerable interface.
0.31
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This library provides a number of PDF::Reader[0] based tools for use in testing PDF output. Presently, the primary purpose of this tool is to support the tests found in Prawn[1], a pure Ruby PDF generation library. However, it may be useful to others, so we have made it available as a gem in it...
0.33
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PDF content extraction tool and library.
0.66
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A nifty gem, in pure Ruby, to parse PDF files and combine (merge) them with other PDF files, number the pages, watermark them or stamp them, create tables, add basic text objects etc` (all using the PDF file format).
0.0
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== DESCRIPTION: Welcome to the PDF-Labels project. Our aim is to make creating labels programmatically easy in Ruby. This Library builds on top of "PDF::Writer":http://ruby-pdf.rubyforge.org/ and uses the templates from "gLabels":http://glabels.sourceforge.org. What this m...
0.33
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A framework for creating e-books from Markdown using Ruby. Using the Prince PDF generator, you'll be able to get high quality PDFs. Also supports EPUB, Mobi, Text and HTML generation.
0.33
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A framework for creating e-books from Markdown/Textile text markup using Ruby. Using the Prince PDF generator, you'll be able to get high quality PDFs.