Jikji - Layout library for building effortless reports in React

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  • puppeteer-report

    Convert HTML to PDF by Puppeteer with support of adding a custom header, footer, and page number

    puppeteer-report provides a simple solution for having a custom header, footer, and page numbers. Still, I got a bunch of requests on GitHub for new features and had to reject most of them because puppeteer has a lot of limitations in the customization of layout and printing.

  • react-fiber-architecture

    A description of React's new core algorithm, React Fiber

    The result was "Jikji" library (why Jikji? it will need another blog:)) ). It uses React Fiber to get the component hierarchy and reorganized, split, and layout the components before rendering and making a print-ready web view that can easily be printed or converted to PDF or images.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • puppeteer

    Headless Chrome Node.js API

    puppeteer-report provides a simple solution for having a custom header, footer, and page numbers. Still, I got a bunch of requests on GitHub for new features and had to reject most of them because puppeteer has a lot of limitations in the customization of layout and printing.

  • jikji

    Effortless report generator and reporting tools with React and NodeJS

    I'm trying to complete the documentation and make it ready to publish. soon you will be able to check form Jikji

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