Q: We have a Web application that needs to print PDF documents from the browser without downloading them. What Qoppa product should we be looking at?

A: You can use our Java library called jPDFWeb on your server to convert PDF documents into HTML. The HTML can then be printed on the client using any browser printer (IE, firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc…).  A window can be popped open containing the document converted in HTML for preview. You can add a JavaScript button so users can start the printing process on their own or start the printing process automatically. Since each page is contained in its own SVG object, each page in the PDF document will print on a separate paper as expected.

See a demo here, look for the “Print Whole Document” buttons.