I've been using it for a while. It's great to create contracts.
We wanted an app that would allow for custom branding and layout, the font of our choice, and merge fields across our main SF objects. Previously we used DocGen, which led to a morass of configuration to put fields in exactly the place they needed to be for the tables, as well as a bunch of SOQL queries to manage conditional logic. The VF doc generator can't accommodate the fonts we use in our branding. And so DocRaptor has been the perfect solution.
Our developer built the contracts, and we went live within weeks with complete branding, flexibility in the data merges (we were able to remove a ton of bad config) and it's easy to manage.
I have been using DocRaptor for 6 years, both for my professionnal and personnal projects. After trying several free and/or open source HTML to PDF solutions, I was happy to find this service. It's the most efficient solution, which generates the most accurate PDF documents.
Since it's a SaaS service, there is nothing to install, no library dependencies nor experimental software that you're not sure it will be supported in the future.
There is a lot of options and CSS rules to dig in if you want to get PDF files that exactly matches what you want. But the other solutions I tried didn't have these options, and the result was not good enough.
I work for https://docraptor.com, which is an HTML to PDF API. We have a C# agent. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
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