Lesson 41 - E-shop in PHP - Controller for generating PDF invoices
In the previous lesson, E-shop in PHP - The template and the script for order index, we finished order listing and and order state changes. Today's tutorial is about generating invoices as PDFs. The shop owner (or an employee) prints invoices out and attaches them to goods being sent (as with most other e-shops).
There are several libraries available for PHP that generate PDF files. The following libraries are the most popular:
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