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Combine data from formly forms and base64 images to produce a beautiful and light pdf report observing the page-breaking. Since the form can change in the future, the algorithm should automatically calculated the page break point.
You should use the free package jsPDF.
You will receive a functional skeleton of code with mock data. The code already produces a pdf report by rendering html objects and drawing them in a canvas, converting to pdf using jspdf. The result however is pitiful; the most single report occupies several Megabytes because everything is transformed in rasterized images.
Your mission is to unleash all the power of jsPDF, or any other free tool you find available, to break down the formly json data and the images producing a light PDF document with page break. The generation of the PDF should have a minimum of interactivity with user, as suggested by the code.
Additional interactions is:
- user can choose the image grid distribution
- user can add description to the figure
- user can add spacer between objects or/and force page break
To make things easier, you are not obliged to reproduce the exact copy of the formly style as shown in html. The pdf file just needs to be well formatted in a A4 page.
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