Open source versions
Good news for our community of developers! We've decided to make our iText 7 add-ons pdfHTML , pdfSweep , pdfInvoice and pdfDebug open source under the AGPL license - as was already in place for iText 7 Community . You asked, and we listened. We agree that there is a lot of value in having access to add...
Introduction A year and a half after the release of iText 7 - a rewrite of iText from scratch, many developers have migrated from iText 5 to iText 7. We've received feedback that: the new API is much more intuitive; iText 7 code is much easier to write, read, and maintain; the upgrade was postponed because of: lack of time, and the effort needed to rewrite application due to the fact that iText 7 isn't backwards compatible. Surprisingly, not many developers have made the switch from iText 5 + XML Worker to iText 7 + the pdfHTML add-on yet. When asked why not, developers gave us different...

Why is my PDF missing several characters?

In spite of the abundance of documentation on how to use font files, and how to create documents with text in different languages, people are still asking the same question in many different variations. That's why this separate entry was made, using a different phrasing of the same question that was answered many times before.


Do we need a browser engine to render HTML+CSS to PDF

Similar questions were posted on Stack Overflow on May 23, '13 by Kaha and on Aug 14, '17 by Srinivas Ch

No, pdfHTML does all the work parsing the HTML and CSS, and mapping them to iText objects and styles. Then the iText engine renders the PDF based on these objects and styles.


Which languages are supported in pdfHTML?

This question has been asked several times on Stack Overflow. For instance on Aug 2, '16 by Krishna Mohan Mathakala, on Dec 18, '15 by Irshad Khan,


Can I convert an HTML form to a PDF?

Similar questions were asked on Stack Overflow on Jan 14, '14 by sneha and on Dec 1, '16 by SUNIL KUMAR E.U