Need a PDF API for Linux? Look no further than Visual Integrity for a PDF API and CLI! Our comprehensive tools include a complete API for PDF Conversion, PDF Creation, PDF Object Data Access (PDF Custom SDK), and a straightforward command-line tool for PDF processing and automation.
An example of PDF creation from scratch using the PDF Creation API on Linux. Merge data from a database with a PDF template designed in Word. Supports Unicode.PDF Conversion SDK for Linux
Our PDF Conversion Server for Linux gives you complete control over your server-side PDF processing, workflows, and web services. Use it to create, convert, and modify PDF documents via the straightforward command-line interface combined with your favorite scripting language. Easily automate document processing and modification of PDFs. It’s perfect for batch jobs, watch folder workflows and high-volume enterprise automation. Use it to build high-performance, reliable Linux servers for processing PDF forms, generating dynamic reports, processing, converting, and modifying PDFs.
Our modular PDF SDK for Linux offers PDF creation and conversion with granular access to PDF object data. All elements, objects, attributes, and text are exposed for manipulation and modification. Add PDF features to your applications or embed them in server-side processes and workflows. Our end-user programs are built using our PDF SDK framework. They are multi-platform, available on Linux, Windows, and macOS without any dependencies on print drivers, external programs, or open-source software.
Visual Integrity has 30 years of experience in PDF tools, with our Conversion Server being one of our first products released for UNIX and Linux in 1994. Our tools support all PDF versions through today’s standard PDF 2.0 and run on most Linux distros, including Red Hat, CentOS, IBM Linux (Red Hat), Oracle Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE, Fedora, and Mint. Compatible with all current distros and many previous versions, such as CentOS 6. Trust in Visual Integrity for all your PDF needs!