HTML to PDF
IronPDF’s PdfDocument class provides several static methods that allow Java developers to render HTML content from several different sources. PdfDocument.renderHtmlAsPdf, as shown in the example above, transforms a string containing HTML markup into its PDF form. To convert web content located on a local network or across the Internet, call the PdfDocument.renderUrlAsPdf, which accepts a string containing the URL of the web page to be rendered. For HTML files saved to a local filesystem directory, specify their paths in calls to the PdfDocument.renderHtmlFileAsPdf method.
Developers can customize the appearance of the PDF documents returned from the three previous methods using the ChromePdfRenderOptions class. Refer to the API specification for the ChromePdfRenderOptions for more information.