PHP is a good language for creating PDFs. There are two libraries you can
use, PDFlib and ClibPDF. I have used PDFlib before and I can recommend it.
Look in the PHP manual at PDFlib functions. Incidentally, if it's for a
commercial project, then PDFlib or ClibPDF will probably need licensing.
PDF is a great format, it's page independant, so you can load and view page
1 of the file, before you have downloaded page 2. It contains image
handles, so you can insert an image on page 1 (say a logo), and then use a
link to it on the second page (so you the file size only goes up a few bytes
each time you add another copy of the picture). You can also print it
Mail me off list if you need to create a large number of PDFs quickly.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Johan Holst Nielsen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: 11 December 2001 08:09
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [PHP] Generating PDF...
> I just have some few question. I hope you can help me, with some links
> or some information :o)
> I've to create some pdf files, but the problem is that it have to be
> printed later. So it have to be in i quality about 304 dpi.
> I dont know a lot about PDF. Can anyone help me please? Send me some
> links about how PDF works etc..
> I prefer to work in PHP... but if Perl/C/C++ etc. is a better language
> to this, please post the link anyway.
> Hope someone can help me :o)
> Looking forward to hear from ya! :o)
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