How to Add Image From URL When Generating PDF in JavaScript

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The sample below shows how to add image from URL during PDF generation in JavaScript with BytescoutPDF.js (Bytescout PDF Generator for JavaScript).

// function that creates BytescoutPDF instance (defined in BytescoutPDF.js script which have to be included into the same page)
// then calls API methods and properties to create PDF document
// and returns created BytescoutPDF object instance
// this CreatePDF() function is called from Sample.html

function CreatePDF() {

    // create BytescoutPDF object instance
    var pdf = new BytescoutPDF();

    // set document properties: Title, subject, keywords, author name and creator name
    pdf.propertiesSet("Sample document title", "Sample subject", "keyword1, keyword 2, keyword3", "Document Author Name", "Document Creator Name");

    // set page size
    pdf.pageSetSize(BytescoutPDF.A4);

    // set page orientation (BytescoutPDF.PORTRAIT = portrait, BytescoutPDF.LANDSCAPE = landscape)
    pdf.pageSetOrientation(BytescoutPDF.PORTRAIT);

    // add new page
    pdf.pageAdd();

    // load image from local file
    pdf.imageLoadFromUrl('image1.jpg');
    // place this mage at given X, Y coordinates on the page
    pdf.imagePlace(20, 40);

    // load image from local file
    pdf.imageLoadFromUrl('image2.jpg');
    // placeimage at given X, Y coordinate
    pdf.imagePlace(120, 220);


    // return BytescoutPDF object instance
    return pdf;
}

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Generated PDF file with image from URL (click to view full size):

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