This version will be soon marked as deprecated and replaced by a new version currently under development: https://github.com/tecnickcom/tc-lib-pdf
- no external libraries are required for the basic functions
- all standard page formats, custom page formats, custom margins and units of measure
- UTF-8 Unicode and Right-To-Left languages
- TrueTypeUnicode, OpenTypeUnicode, TrueType, OpenType, Type1 and CID-0 fonts
- font subsetting
- images, graphic (geometric figures) and transformation methods
- 1D and 2D barcodes including QR-Code, Datamatrix and PDF417
- Grayscale, RGB, CMYK, Spot Colors and Transparencies
- automatic page header and footer management
- document encryption up to 256 bit and digital signature certifications
- transactions to UNDO commands
- PDF annotations, including links, text and file attachments
- text rendering modes (fill, stroke and clipping)
- multiple columns mode
- no-write page regions
- bookmarks and table of content
- text hyphenation
- text stretching and spacing (kerning)
- automatic page break, line break and text alignments including justification
- automatic page numbering and page groups
- move and delete pages
- page compression
- XObject Templates
- PDF/A-1b (ISO 19005-1:2005) support
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Documentation is confusing when it comes to formatting the HTML. Basically writeHTML trashes most of the HTML you send it. I suppose this is fine if you are outputting a PDF based on very simple content and markup but for reports needing more than the very basic markup this is not the tool, or at least the lack of detailed documentation makes it seem that way.
The examples look good but the installation guide, absolutely useless and not very helpful. Had to guess what exactly you wanted the PHP was to include and to configure the damn thing. Then I get a message saying TCPDF error: Could not include font definition file: helvetica.php - No support whatever. Absolute waste of time, I would recommend providing a clearer installation guide as one you have on your site is pathetic.
Well, looks promising but I can't get it work. After I have copied files to server and tried some example I have got a Failed opening required '__DIR__/tcpdf_autoconfig.php' no matter what I put into config/tcpdf_config.php, the result is always the same (or shame actually). Html2PDF, which uses the tcpdf internally works right of the box properly - try to be like that please or provide some comperhensive installation instructions.
Looks like a fantastic suite but svg support seems to be seriously broken.