Good resources to learn how to dynamically generate pdf's in Rails ?

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  • prawn-rails

    Prawn Handler for Rails. Handles and registers pdf formats.

    You can build PDF using prawn-rails if you prefer a declarative approach (and don't mind using GPLed code).

  • Pdfkit

    A Ruby gem to transform HTML + CSS into PDFs using the command-line utility wkhtmltopdf (by pdfkit)

    Alternatively, there tools like pdfkit if you want to build off HTML pages (and are happy to deal with wkhtmltopdf and it's older style CSS).

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