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Looking for JoliPrint Replacement.

Posted on 2013-01-16
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I was using Joliprint (www.joliprint.com) previously to print web articles to PDF files, they had a very handy API for doing this remotely and was wondering if there is any other web service like this out there.  I have googled and found very little, but Joliprint only closed on 1/4/2013.
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This is free or you can buy a license

http://itextpdf.com/terms-of-use/index.php


Ive also used ziText in the past...

http://zitext.sourceforge.net/

ZiText is Java based and free..
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I think I can make something workable from at least one of those.  Not quite what I was looking for but since there doesn't seem to be a direct replacement out there, this will do.  Thank you very much! :)
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