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Free CloudFormatter Client!

CloudFormatter - a complete Cloud-based XML-to-PDF rendering solution which accepts SOAP or REST requests
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Free CloudFormatter Client!

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CloudFormatter

CloudFormatter is a complete installation of RenderX XEP in the Cloud. A small client-side application is used to bundle and send your document to RenderX's Cloud which returns PDF. Now our users can leverage the best formatting solution for their documents while eliminating the complexity in installation, integration, and setup. Simple client-side code can accept XML+XSL or XSL-FO. The client-side application can bundle all images referenced in the document and sends to a remote formatter via a web message, returning resulting PDF directly to your application. RenderX's CloudFormatter is the ideal solution for on-demand formatting of documents to PDF.


Our Cloudformatter is a complete, remote, Cloud-based version of RenderX XEP. You can send XML+XSL or XSL-FO to a high performance, multi-threaded version of RenderX using our EnMasse product in order to get back formatted PDF. No local installation of RenderX rendering software is required. The small client-side API performs XSLT if needed, reads the resulting FO, embeds all referenced images, and then streams that FO to our Cloud for formatting. The results are returned to you in a stream for you to do as you wish - write to disk, display in a browser, etc.

Specifications

Screenshot: Using CloudFormatter with <oXygen/> XML editor

We are still developing the complete Cloudformatter solution and welcome those who wish to try it out now to do so. Currently, we have implemented an API in .NET/C# which can communicate with our CloudFormatter through SOAP. We'll be adding Java and JavaScript interfaces in the near future and launching another CloudFormatter with REST-based interfaces. Since the remote engine is where all formatting takes place, we have to limit a set of fonts. Of course, we can add to those fonts as needed on request from users and currently the solution supports the normal Adobe set (Helvetica, Times, Courier, Symbol, ZapfDingbats) as well as the most common Truetype fonts (Arial, Times New Roman, Verdana, Calibri, etc.).

Preliminary Pricing Information


We are still working through all the details, but those who wish to test the application should expect pricing like this after our 60-day testing phase is over:

  • Under 1,000 pages/month - Free
  • 1,001 - 2,500 pages/month - $50/month with six month contract, $45/month with 12 month contract
  • 2,501 - 5,000 pages/month - $75/month with six month contract, $70/month with 12 month contract
  • 5,001 - 10,000 pages/month - $100/month with six month contract, $95/month with 12 month contract
  • 10,001+ pages/month – contact us.

 

News

July 15, 2014
XEP 4.23 released

Improved Sec. 508 accessibility:
new RenderX extensions;
relaxed input requirements; several bugfixes in SVG;
DocBench: oXygen Editor 16
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August 28, 2013
VisualXSL 2.4.5 released

Cell spanning, conditional rows. Reusable/referable blocks. Conditional and Choose blocks. New property fields, improved UI.
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August 8, 2013
XEP 4.22 released

External PDF injection:
entire document, specific page;
improved Sec. 508 accessibility;
bugfixes in SVG gradients;
DocBench: oXygen Editor 15
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October 25, 2012
XEP 4.21 released

Extended Sec. 508 accessibility,
improvements in bidi algorithm,
XEPOUT diagnostics, bugfixes,
DocBench: oXygen Editor 14.1
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July 23, 2012
XEP 4.20 released

New Java and Windows installers,
multicolumn footnote balancing,
GNU FreeFonts, bugfixes,
DocBench: oXygen XML Editor 14
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