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· 4 min read
James A. Brannan

DynamicPDF API's client libraries greatly simplify adding our endpoints to your applications. But you are not limited to using one of our provided client libraries. Although a Python client library is in the works, using Python to call the Dynamic-PDF API's endpoints is straightforward.

The following three examples demonstrate the ease of using Python to call the dlex-layout, pdf-info, and pdf endpoints.

· 5 min read
James A. Brannan

The DynamicPDF Client libraries make using the DynamicPDF API a breeze. We have Node.js, .NET, Java, PHP, and Go client libraries. But sometimes, you might want to call the DynamicPDF API directly as a REST call to your project without using any coding.

In this blog post, we use the API to call the dlex-layout endpoint directly as a REST call with no coding.

· One min read
James A Brannan

We here at the DynamicPDF API are excited to announce that the DynamicPDF API can now convert HTML to PDF. With the addition of a new input type to the pdf endpoint, you can easily convert HTML pages to PDF documents. And you can specify raw HTML or a file path in your local storage system or in the DynamicPDF Cloud Storage. And we updated all client libraries to support HTML conversion. The HTML input type can also be mixed with other input types such as PDF, image, DLEX and page to create PDF documents with pages from multiple sources.

· One min read
Andrew Cochran

We've been busy here at DynamicPDF. We've just about completed BETA testing on a new HTML to PDF feature of the API. We expect it to be released in January 2023.

We're also working on a new PDF rasterization feature. This will make it possible to convert PDF documents to images. BETA testing will begin shortly, and we expect this to be released in 2023.

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