The PDF Generator API allows developers to generate PDF documents programmatically. This API also enables end users to create and manage document templates using a browser-based document editor. Each user has their own workspace, but developers can create default templates that are available to all users. Templates can be merged with data from the developer's software via REST API to create PDF and HTML documents.
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The PDF Generator Actual Reports PHP Sample Code demonstrates how to build actual reports by authenticating with an API Key. Developers can include headers such as cache, pragma, last modification date, and content disposition.
The PDF Generator Authentication Curl Sample Code provides the option to choose between Simple Authentication and Signature Authentication.
The Signature Authentication adds extra security and instead of sending the API secret, developers can send the HMAC signature. An API secret is never exposed to the Internet.
The PDF Generator Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to create and manage different document templates with a browser-based document editor. Developers can use HTTP API calls to merge the templates with data from own software to generate PDF and HTML documents.