DocRaptor

Author: James Paden

Privacy at DocRaptor: Why and How We Joined the New US-EU Privacy Shield Program

Given the recent tumult concerning US-EU privacy agreements, we thought it would be useful to review DocRaptor’s privacy standards and our experience joining the new Privacy Shield program (if you just want to learn about joining Privacy Shield, scroll towards the bottom).

DocRaptor Privacy

As you can imagine, DocRaptor’s HTML to PDF conversion service sees a lot of private documents, from financial reports to legal paperwork... Continue Reading

Making PDFs with Bootstrap 3 and DocRaptor

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Bootstrap is the most popular front-end framework for developing websites. We see a lot of customers using Bootstrap to format invoices and reports while converting them from HTML to PDF with DocRaptor. However, there are several common issues you may run into when using Bootstrap 3 with DocRaptor:

Bootstrap is very opinionated in media print mode

In print mode, Bootstrap makes following adjustments:

  • All columns become full-width
  • All colors are removed
  • All background shading is removed

These changes, while reasonable for physically printing a web page, may surprise you if you’re trying to make a PDF invoice or report... Continue Reading

Using DocRaptor Without Programming

DocRaptor is now available as a task within Kotive workflows! Kotive enables anyone – including non-technical people – to automate and control the flow of tasks within their business. Setting up your document does require some HTML knowledge, and you’ll be limited to making PDFs based on other Kotive integrations, but you no longer need to be a programmer to create basic PDFs with DocRaptor... Continue Reading