Images in PDFKit
Adding images to PDFKit documents is an easy task. Just pass an image path, buffer, or data uri with base64 encoded data to
image method along with some optional arguments. PDFKit supports the
JPEG and PNG formats. If an X and Y position are not provided, the image is
rendered at the current point in the text flow (below the last line of text).
Otherwise, it is positioned absolutely at the specified point. The image will
be scaled according to the following options.
heightprovided - image is rendered at full size
widthprovided but not
height- image is scaled proportionally to fit in the provided
heightprovided but not
width- image is scaled proportionally to fit in the provided
heightprovided - image is stretched to the dimensions provided
scalefactor provided - image is scaled proportionally by the provided scale factor
fitarray provided - image is scaled proportionally to fit within the passed width and height
Here is an example showing some of these options.
# Scale proprotionally to the specified width doc.image('images/test.jpeg', 0, 15, width: 300) .text('Proportional to width', 0, 0) # Fit the image within the dimensions doc.image('images/test.jpeg', 320, 15, fit: [100, 100]) .rect(320, 15, 100, 100) .stroke() .text('Fit', 320, 0) # Stretch the image doc.image('images/test.jpeg', 320, 145, width: 200, height: 100) .text('Stretch', 320, 130) # Scale the image doc.image('images/test.jpeg', 320, 280, scale: 0.25) .text('Scale', 320, 265)
This example produces the following output:
That is all there is to adding images to your PDF documents with PDFKit. Now let's look at adding annotations.