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bespoke-pdf-electron-helper

1.0.1 • Public • Published

bespoke-pdf-electron-helper

PDF generatation helper for Bespoke.js

Bespoke Plugin

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Usage

bespoke-pdf-electron-helper is a bespoke-plugin that exposes a global BESPOKE_PDF global within an electron render process.

This can be used to control the slides and supply PDF specific formatting so that electron can take snapshots and populate a PDF file.

For example, when using CommonJS modules:

var bespoke = require('bespoke'),
  pdf = require('bespoke-pdf-electron-helper');
 
bespoke.from('article', [
  pdf()
]);
}

Options

setup [Function]
bespoke.from('article', [
  pdf({
    setup: function () {  
      //prime slide environment for pdf output
      //for instance, disable the "camera" slide or whatever
    }
  })
]);
delay [Number]

Delay before slide taking begins

evalDelay [Number]

Delay between each shot

When using browser globals:

bespoke.from('article', [
  bespoke.plugins.pdf()
]);

Install

$ npm install bespoke-pdf-electron-helper

PDF Output Customizations

In some cases, we don't want certain presentation visuals landing in generated PDF's. During PDF generation, bespoke-pdf adds a pdf class to the root <html> element. We can use this class to style any part of the page, e.g. in Stylus:

  .pdf
    #my-fancy-overlay
      display none

Likewise there may be particular slides. Any hidden section element will be removed from the deck prior to PDF generation.

For instance, say we're using bespoke-hash and we have a slide called named-route, we could do

  .pdf
    [data-bespoke-hash="named-route"]
      display none

bespoke-pdf will detect this and remove the slide.

To enable the use markdown without littering it with structural HTML tags, bespoke-pdf also provides another way to style and hide slides by adding a data-pdf-id attribute based on the slides headline, which is determined by the first h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, li, p or span element in that order.

For instance, say there's a slide with an h2 element named "Emphatic Slide!". bespoke-pdf automatically creates a data-pdf-id attribute with the value of emphatic-slide! (we lowercase and replace spaces with dashes).

This allows us to remove it like so:

[data-pdf-id="emphatic-slide!"]
  display none

See the example/src/styles/main.styl file for an example of this - and notice that example/dist/presentation-hello-world.pdf lacks the "Emphatic Slide!" slide.

License

MIT License

Sponsorship

Sponsored by nearForm

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npm i bespoke-pdf-electron-helper

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