VeryPDF Web to PDF Converter Cloud API was developed for creating PDF files, image files from HTML, website, webpage and others without platform limitation. This cloud API supports plenty of options and arguments to control created PDF files from webpage. Developers can use this API to perform HTML conversion in their applications no matter what your computer system is. You can use API either as a kind of service or a kind of product, which provide you most convenience.
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VeryPDF Web to PDF Converter Cloud API for Cloud’s platform independent document manipulation API is a true REST API that can be used with any language: .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery and many more. You can use it with any language or platform that supports REST. You do not need to worry about language or platform limitations even if you are using, web, desktop, mobile, or cloud, you can run the conversion fromeasily. You can integrate this application with other cloud services when processing documents. It is really convenient for any type of business, education and transferring of .
When do you need it?
- Convert HTML documents to different formats including PDF, PNG and JPG and you do not need to spend lots of money to buy some software. This service charges per month, and compared with application, it is quite cheap.
- When you do not have too much knowledge of software operation or you do not have any technical staff to run the conversion business, please choose this service. We will prepare everything for you, so you can convert HTML to PDF quite easily.
- If you are developer and need to develop some software based on functions of converting HTML to PDF or image, this API system can help you integrate our software to yours quite easily.
- When you face business of Banks, Educational institutions, Legal institutions, Search engines and others, this API application is quite helpful for you.
Part of Options you can use for converting HTML to PDF.
How to use / insert ImPDF.com in your own site
Just link the text or image people will use for downloading a specific page/url:
<a href="http://impdf.com?url=impdf.com">download this page as PDF</a>
will create a text link that looks like this:
Download this page as PDF
How to use on your server?
Synopsis (the first -O <filename> is wget's own output file option):
wget -O impdf.pdf "impdf.com?url=impdf.com&-O=Landscape&--header-left=hello"