Paul Jowett
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Android libraries for rendering common document file formats
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Depending on whether you can work online or not might certainly narrow some of your options. As Nicolas suggested, something based on OpenOffice/LibreOffice is a good starting point - that would let ...

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Batch convert Microsoft Word documents to PDF
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It is worth looking at Libre Office as a conversion engine. It can run on multiple platforms and can do a better job on some documents than even MS itself. It's free also. You would probably want ...

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Tool to generate beautiful PDF's from a list of data?
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It may be worth looking at Docmosis which works from Word or Open Document Text (ODT) templates and can create PDF results. Since you are creating beautiful (brochure style maybe) PDFs, then ODT is a ...

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Free or nearly free PDF library for Java
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JODReports JODReports is open source and drives OpenOffice or LibreOffice as a conversion engine. This means you can design templates in a word processor or spreadsheet program, manipulate them, ...

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Library to generate ODT (OpenOffice.Org) documents
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JODReports (open source) and Docmosis (commercial) are built using the Open Office / Libre Office API, so ODT format is native to these application. The output is going to be as polished as your ...

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Create PDF document from HTML form using Python
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If it suits your application to use an external web service, then you could call Docmosis. You would create your document template in Word or Libre Office and upload it via the user-console or via ...

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Fast PDF generation library for .net core (C#)
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It's good that you noted your performance requirements. 150k documents per hour averages at 42 documents/second which may result in significant load on the host. Bear that in mind for whatever tool ...

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Library for generating document from MS Office templates
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Docmosis can merge XML data into a DocX document and optionally create PDF. From C# you would use the Cloud or Tornado options of Docmosis and make REST calls with your XML data. Docmosis does not ...

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Searchable multiple PDFs on website
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There is an Apache software product called Lucene which is a popular indexing and search engine. The feature list should tell you if it provides the specifics of the search capabilities you need. ...

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Best solution to display comics on a website
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IDR Solutions have a PDF to HTML5 converter that would create a reasonably cool page turning HTML5 version of the PDF when I tried it a year or so back. It had quite a few options for the HTML 5 ...

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File converting to pdf
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Libre Office is the best choice I'm aware of because: it supports most if not all of the formats you've listed it has an API that you can use (command line or programmatic) it has SDKs for different ...

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Software which uses Word documents in my web app/ website
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As Basil said, you can use the Libre Office API directly and even from the command line to change contents and do format conversions (to PDF for example). JODReports (open source) and Docmosis (...

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Tool to create lecture notes and put them online
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Given lecturers have broad requirements and use a broad sweep of tools, yet another tool for them to work with is going to be a hurdle. Have you considered another approach which is finding something ...

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Integrate pdf excel word viewer on a website
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Following on from Steve Barnes suggestion, JODReports sits on top of Open Office and Libre Office so can take a fair bit of the leg work out of driving Open Office / Libre Office via the API. The ...

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Reporting tool for printing
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Docmosis might suit your requirements - Tornado in particular because it runs as a web server (standalone) and provides a web service API meaning it's accessible / automatable. It is intended to ...

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Automated document creation
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As Cybernard mentioned using Libre Office on the Mac and automation/form filling is probably a great way to go given your requirements. The PDF export is high quality so you are likely to get the ...

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.NET library to convert Microsoft Office docs to PDF
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Docmosis provides a web service API (REST) for document production based around word-processor style documents, using templates and merging data. It can convert various formats including doc/docx/xls ...

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PHP Mail Merge Dynamic PDF
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If the template approach suits you, you could probably re-use those templates and use Open Office / Libre Office to automate the loading of the template, population and PDF output using their APIs. ...

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