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An illustrated book that uses CSS Grid layout to place components in a two-dimensional structure. On the title page, the grid is configured in a way so that the components automatically fill the available grid spaces in an optimal manner, leaving no white space.
An informative pamphlet in two-column layout. Images and tables are floated to either the top or bottom of their respective column. Several components of the document are styled with clip paths to give them a futuristic look. Optionally, the PDF can be created as a booklet using the PDFreactor API.
A document consisting of an editor’s version of an article. Typos and wording errors are annotated with change bars. The text is laid out in two columns, snapping to a line grid for improved readability. The document is also overlaid with a CSS-based watermark, designating it as a draft.
A sample that demonstrates how to use an existing PDF form as a background image. The HTML template consists of absolutely positioned boxes, populated by data from JSON files, and prints them over the PDF background. Text shrink compensates for arbitrarily long data.
A business document that uses features like PDF comments to add information to the PDF for further processing and running elements to use HTML content in page headers and footers. The canvas elements with charts are embedded into the resulting PDFs as vector graphics.
Shows a 680+ page product catalog from Walter Bösch GmbH & Co KG. A Web-to-Print project done by the elements Group (pimcore GmbH) using PDFreactor embedded into Pimcore PIM, an open source enterprise product information management framework.