I'm developing teaching material in web language, and inside it, there are some exercises in which the user has to answer some questions, writing a brief dissertation inside a Text Area.
After finishing the exercise, I would like a PDF to be generated with this text he wrote, so that he can download it to his computer. As you can see, the solution can be client-side.
It doesn't need to be generated from scratch. In this case, I can develop a PDF template, already with style, fonts, colors, tags etc. and a field, which will be filled in by this user input.
However, I can't find simple solutions, jsPDF seemed a bit complicated for my request…
Aside from the jsPDF project , there's nothing else out there that suits your requirement to generate client-side PDFs.
I don't know why you find jsPDF complicated, after all, starting and ending a document is quite simple compared to more advanced server-side tools:
var doc = new jsPDF(); // novo documento doc.text("Bastante simples o jsPDF!", 35, 25); // algum texto doc.save('verifica.pdf'); // download