PDFler offers multiple different operations for creating or amending PDFs that we call actions. Actions are the building blocks that you can use to execute multi-step transformations.
With PDFler, you can create complex PDF functionalities by organizing multiple actions into a workflow.
With PDFler you can easily populate PDF forms like registrations papers or product labels. PDFler offers two paradigm for handling templates:
PDFler allows you to take a single PDF and split it into multiple files. Send via the API your file how you want it split by page numbers and PDFler will send you back the corresponding number of files.
Use PDFler to combine multiple files into a single PDF. Send your two or more files to the API, PDF will combine them into a single PDF and send it back as a response.
With PDFler you can easily convert HTML to PDF. Use the convert API to easily create documents and labels directly from within your application - send over your HTML and PDFler will convert it to a PDF file.
Convert and HTML document into a PDF file.
PDFler is built on the idea that one action per API request cannot suffice for building more complex PDF workflows.
With PDFler, you can chain multiple operations and use the artifacts from the previous actions to materialize almost any workflow with a single API call.
PDFler is designed to offer a few different mechanisms for handling files and data, depending on the nature of your PDFs:
Store request schema AND all files and data in PDFler.
Store request schema WITHOUT storing any files or data in PDFler.
Store request schema WITHOUT any data in PDFler while storing the PDF files in a client's S3 bucket.
PDFler comes with a handy dashboard where you can monitor your API requests, usage, and for debugging your integrations.
Depending on your configuration, PDFler can store all your files so that you can find them later on in the dashboard.Try it now
PDFler runs on AWS's secure cloud, follows the best security practices, and complies with GDPR and all laws regarding data privacy.
Whether or not PDFler stores your PDFs and request data is up to you. You can choose between different data storing paradigms depending on your needs. See the data and privacy section.
No. We charge per for usage only and there are no monthly fees to worry about. If you don't make API requests you won't be charged.