Today, we’re releasing Pipeline 9 with support for Prince 14, a major upgrade to our HTML-to-PDF conversion engine. As a reminder, to avoid any breaking changes, we never automatically upgrade your documents. Existing users will need to test and upgrade to Pipeline 9 in order to use Prince 14.
Today, we’re releasing Pipeline 8 with support for Prince 13, a major upgrade to our HTML-to-PDF conversion engine. As a reminder, to avoid any breaking changes, we never automatically upgrade your documents. Existing users will need to test and upgrade to Pipeline 8 in order to use Prince 13.
We’ve recently launched a significant new upgrade to DocRaptor: document hosting!
Until now, DocRaptor’s HTML-to-PDF API returns a file that you are responsible for storing or sharing. With hosted documents, we’ll store and host the document on your behalf at a completely unbranded URL for as long as you want us to, or within the limits you specify... Continue Reading
DocRaptor is over 10 years old, and we’ve supported our original Pipeline version for the last 10 years, by running it side by side with later releases. Our newer Pipelines include many upgrades and bug fixes, including CSS Flexbox support.
As we look forward to Pipeline 8, it’s clear that supporting those early Pipelines is no longer practical... Continue Reading
Ullstein is a German book publisher and part of the Swedish Media Group Bonnier SA. One of their international bestsellers was Gut by Guila Enders. Every year they publish around 350 new printed books and 500 e-books. They also maintain a book review platform in both German (Vorablesen) and English (BookishFirst)... Continue Reading
Today, we’re releasing Pipeline 7 with support for Prince 12, a major upgrade to our HTML-to-PDF conversion engine. As a reminder, to avoid any breaking changes, we never automatically upgrade your documents. Existing users will need to test and upgrade to Pipeline 7 in order to use Prince 12.
Social Ink is a full-service graphic and web design and development shop in the middle of Brooklyn’s tech triangle. For almost 12 years they’ve worked with nonprofit, social justice, and educational organizations who do good work in NYC, the US, and internationally. Here’s what they had to say about DocRaptor:
How do you use DocRaptor?.. Continue Reading
At DocRaptor, we’ve always strived to help you make perfect PDF and Excel documents. Over the years, we’ve built up several internal tools to help debug document issues. We’ve now integrated that functionality directly into the document log, so you’ll have better visibility into conversion problems. Specifically, the improved document log lets you:
- See any asset loading errors
- See where in the generation pipeline a document failed
- See the API parameters submitted with your request
Today we are releasing the latest update to DocRaptor’s PDF engine; Pipeline 6 is now on Prince 11.2. This upgrade is the new default and anyone using Pipeline 6 will begin using the new version automatically. New improvements with this release include but are definitely not limited to:
- Much improved Opacity support for CSS
- New @prince-overlay @page region for use with watermarks and other overlays
- Support for SVG masks
- Various CSS and SVG bug fixes and performance enhancements
We’ve just released support for Prince 11, latest version of the engine we use for rendering HTML to PDF. To upgrade, you’ll need to use DocRaptor Pipeline #6.
You can change your default pipeline in your account settings page, or via the
pipeline parameter in your API calls. Using the account setting is more convenient, while the parameter lets you test your documents before upgrading your entire account... Continue Reading