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Using Print. The default type is 'pdf'. It will be placed on the top of the page. This property will accept text or raw HTML.
Max document width in pixels. Change this as you need. This allow us to pass one or more css files URLs that should be applied to the html being printed. This allow us to pass a string with custom style that should be applied to the html being printed. When set to false, the library will not process styles applied to the html being printed. Useful when using the css parameter. By default, the library process some styles only, when printing HTML elements.
This option allows you to pass an array of styles that you want to be processed. Accepts an array of html ids that should be ignored when printing a parent html element.
Used when printing JSON data. When set to false , the data table header will show in first page only.
Enable this option to show user feedback when retrieving or processing large PDF files. When printing html, image or json, this will be shown as the document title. It will also be the name of the document, if the user tries to save the print job to a pdf file.
In the second example, I do not have an inline iframe on my web page. In this method, you will print the PDF document without opening it. Please check Browser compatibility. It may not work with older IE browsers.
Usually, we download a PDF file on our computer, open the file and click the print button to print its contents. There are two ways to use PDFKit in the browser. The first is to use Browserify , which is a Node module packager for the browser with the familiar require syntax.
In addition to PDFKit, you'll need somewhere to stream the output to. The following example uses Browserify to load PDFKit and blob-stream , but if you're not using Browserify, you can load them in whatever way you'd like e.
You can see an interactive in-browser demo of PDFKit here. Note that in order to Browserify a project using PDFKit, you need to install the brfs module with npm, which is used to load built-in font data into the package.