dom-to-pdf generates a printable PDF from DOM node using HTML5 canvas and svg.
npm install --save dom-to-pdf
var domToPdf = ;var element = document;var options =filename: 'test.pdf';;
filename- string, name of resulted PDF file, default name is
excludeClassNames- array of strings, list of class names of elements to exclude from PDF, e.g.
overrideWidth- number, overrides a width of a container DOM element
proxyUrl- string, e.g.
/api/proxyImage?url=, a route in your app which renders images on your domain in order to avoid problems with CORS with the images on a DOM
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