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    A tiny javascript library to help printing from the web.

    For documentation and examples please visit:


    You can download the latest version of Print.js from the GitHub releases or use the Print.js CDN available on the documentation page.

    To install via npm:

    npm install print-js --save

    To install via yarn:

    yarn add print-js

    Import the library into your project:

    import printJS from 'print-js'


    You can find documentation at

    Contributing to Print.js

    devDependencies Status dependencies Status

    Contributions to Print.js are greatly welcomed and encouraged.

    Using issues

    The issue tracker is the preferred channel for reporting bugs, requesting new features and submitting pull requests.

    Keep in mind that we would like to keep this a lightweight library.

    Please do not use the issues channel for support requests. For help with using Print.js, please ask questions on Stack Overflow and use the tag printjs.

    Reporting bugs

    Well structured, detailed bug reports are hugely valuable for the project.

    • Check the issue search to see if it has already been reported.
    • Isolate the problem to a simple test case.
    • Create a codepen, fiddle, codesandbox or similar online example replicating the issue.

    Please provide any additional details associated with the bug.

    Pull requests

    Clear, concise pull requests are excellent at continuing the project's community driven growth.

    Please make your commits in logical sections with clear commit messages.

    Setting up a dev environment
    npm install
    npm run watch

    The library is written following the Javascript Standard code style. When running tests, we will also test for any style issues or warnings.

    Automated tests are written using the Jasmine framework and Karma runner.

    To run the automated tests:

    npm run test

    To manually test the library features:

    npm start

    This will serve test\manual\test.html and open http://localhost:8080/test/manual in your default browser.


    Print.js is available under the MIT license.


    npm i print-js

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