Ability to save Template component results as PDF

edited April 11, 2017 in Ideas
Ability to save Template component results as PDF / Email Results Much like the ability to download an XLS output of a table.
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  • edited March 14, 2014
    I want to use this library! http://mrrio.github.io/jsPDF/ StaticResouce?
  • edited March 14, 2014
    I got this to work with model data if anyone is interested.
  • edited April 11, 2017
    Jacob ... I'm very interested. Are you happy with the results using that library? Did you hit any limitations with page formatting etc.?
  • edited March 17, 2014
    I have yet to get too far into the templating / formatting. I have used Webmerge in the past for templating, which is PHP based on Smarty. I also see that your templating within the tool is based on Mustache. There is another path that may make sense, because the jsPDF library has some experimental support for using HTML as the markup. Many paths. If you would like, I can show you how I got to the Proof of Concept which simply pulls data from the model on the page and shows that it is possible to write the pdf client side, and download the file. I was quite excited to see a pdf in my download bar, even though the first one only contained "Hello World", a page break and the Viewing User's UID. Jacob
  • edited March 17, 2014
    BTW horay for Javascript.
  • Ken McElrathKen McElrath ✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2015
    Great discussion and idea topic for future iteration of Skuid. As you discover new possibilities, please share, as they may directly influence our design decisions.
  • edited March 17, 2014
    Yea, I really like the idea of content mirrored in the Template Component and the proposed PDF output. This is a little bit of a slippery slope, because I may start asking you for a place to store & modify Document templates separate from a component within a page, and accessible from other areas of Salesforce. Creating print documents has always been an issue with SaaS Databases. (for me and my clients at least) Jacob
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