What is WeasyPrint?
It is a visual rendering engine for HTML and CSS that can export to PDF. It aims to support web standards for printing. It is free software made available under a BSD license.
WeasyPrint is a tool in the File Conversion category of a tech stack.
WeasyPrint is an open source tool with 3.5K GitHub stars and 367 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to WeasyPrint's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses WeasyPrint?
Python, Dropbox, Heroku, Zapier, and Linux are some of the popular tools that integrate with WeasyPrint. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with WeasyPrint.
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