A new version of my Ruby gem for generating PDF invoices InvoicePrinter is out! This time bringing in a bundled server that can be handy for applications not running on Ruby.
Not every app out there is a Ruby application and I wanted for people on different stacks to be able to benefit from super simple PDF invoicing that InvoicePrinter enable. This is the reason why I implemented JSON support and a command line in version 1.1 and why am I adding the server in 1.2. You can run it as a standalone server or mount it in any Rack application and use its JSON API to generate the documents.
Here is the documentation.
Read more about how to use this feature in my previous posts:
- PDF invoicing for any project with InvoicePrinter Server
And as always I would love to hear your feedback and ideas.
← IT'S OUT NOW
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