Visual XSL-FO Designer

Advanced document production at scale

Visually Design XSL-FO Templates

Use drag-and-drop operations in MHC Studio to build document templates for high-volume XML to PDF conversion in a visual, WYSIWYG design environment. Software developers and business users alike can get proficient quickly in the Office-style interface and build dynamic invoices, statements, correspondence, and reports, targeted for both traditional print output as well as modern, responsive, next-generation interactive documents.

Standard features include support for conditional content (hide or show content depending on data), repeated tables (tables with dynamic rows that span over hundreds of pages), dynamic barcodes, RGB/CMYK/ICC color print support, bookmarks, cross-references, and much more. Advanced users can also have access to standard-compliant XSL-FO content.

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High-Volume XML to PDF Conversion

Convert XML to PDFWord, and 20+ output formats using MHC, the world’s fastest XML to PDF software solution. Using a familiar user interface, our Visual XSL-FO Designer can help you deliver stunning reports, invoices, statements, letters, and more, without manually coding your document templates.

The MHC solution is used by system integrators and software developers all over the world to produce and distribute countless documents per day from any data.

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XML To PDF 

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Code Samples

Convert XML to PDF

The code sample uses the API to convert XML to PDF using a stored template. An XML string is sent to MHC server and a PDF is received back.

Convert JSON to PDF

The code sample uses the API to convert JSON to PDF using a stored template . A JSON is sent to MHC server and a PDF is received back.

merge multiple documents

The code sample uses the API to merge a document package stored on the server to a single PDF file.

Convert XSL-FO to PDF

The code sample uses the API to convert XSL-FO to PDF. An XSL-FO string is sent to MHC server and a PDF file is received back.

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