IOS CONVERT UIWEBVIEW TO PDF

In our application sometimes there is a need to show webview content as a Convert HTML Content into Image to Show WebView in ObjectiveC iOS App. HTML in UIWebView on iOS is rendered at 72dpi – it’s fine for displaying on screen but when you file for printing using. And in upcoming post I will share a tutorial with you where you can convert your website to Simple iOS Application using WebView. Thank You.

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Convert HTML Content into Image to Show WebView in ObjectiveC iOS App

The only thing missing is taking into account the scale of screen. After this just set the size back to origin:. Starting with Version 42 released TpChrome has disabled the standard way in which browsers support plugins. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Are you sure, you want to delete this comment?

How to load a HTML string into a WKWebView or UIWebView: loadHTMLString()

Then the UIWebView is a backing field that ips be used to generate the pdf. Pagination Mode The layout of content in the web view, which determines the direction that the pages flow.

Chris, Thank you for uiwebvieq quick and thorough reply. Where does the generated PDF reside? For more information about how state preservation and restoration works, see App Programming Guide for iOS. Chris, I have tried the code to generate the PDF files and send the via email, with no success. Set the delegate property to an object conforming to the UIWeb View Delegate protocol if you want to track the loading of web content.

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Feel free to email me at coderchrismills[at]gmail[dot]com. We get the total length of the web page using a tiny bit of JavaScript and after that we set the max uiwebvied and height that each PDF page is going to be. I followed your suggestions as follows:. This would be a good time investment, but it seems like something that would work for you. Notify me of new comments via email. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

Rendering html pdf report for printing from UIWebView (Example)

However I am running into an issue with this. Hi Chris, Thank you for this great piece of code. Returns the converh of running a JavaScript script. Use the stop Loading method to stop loading, and the is Loading property to find out if a web view is in the process of loading.

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I like it so much when ppl post the answer after they got it. You can also use the scales Page To Fit property to programmatically set the scale of web content the first time it is displayed in a web view.

I found a way to render the content at dpi instead of 72 dpi. Nerd Digest Users Other Sites. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here So far I’m using the code suggested in the answer, specifically:.

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Password Password should have minimum 6 characters. I am now anxious to try your suggestions, but unfortunately I will not be able to do it until tomorrow night. Any ideas on how to fix this? Actually, I need to email that.

The page is essentially converted from text and images to just a flattened image. The process is very simple and in the code sample on GitHub I show how to use QuickLook for previewing the PDF as well as how to attach it to an email.

It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. String, text Encoding Name: You are commenting using your Twitter account.

I got the answer: Setting Web Content Properties. Writing all this code in the reply window and has been untested, but that is generally how you would go about that part.

Now that the view setup is done, time to actually generate the PDF. I will let you know how it turned out. After digging around the web I kept coming back to this post oos StackOverflow.

D R’s answer is fine. Now the output looks much better!