activePDF Portal Samples
Shows the default use of Portal without any customization using the minimum amount of code.
Hide the activePDF Portal UI and use a custom interface.
Using a save function to handle what occurs when saving a PDF in activePDF Portal. When saving the PDF, it is accessible in memory and from there can be saved to a database, the file system, emailed, or anything else that would be needed.
Sample illustrates the ability to add content to the PDF prior to display in the browser. Content in sample includes populating form fields, adding an additional form field, and an arrow object. Other content could also be added prior to load.
Optimize the activePDF Portal interface for form filling. Set the PDF to read only except for form filling. Hide UI elements that are not needed.