i create 5K PDFs every month: Digital Products, Invoices and so on.
Now i start with airtable and search for a new tool to create PDFs automaticly when an entry is created or updated. We want to store the PDF in dropbox and link from airtable to the dropbox-pdf or other storages.
I like the pricings from pdfshift.io (5k PDFs = 39$), PDFMonkey (6k PDFs = 30$) and api2pdf.com (5k PDFs = 4$) . I dont like documint (5k PDFs = 250$)
Are there airtable plugins avalable or other solutions?
Yes, with that many documents per month, you’ll need to reach out to us about pricing. We only have listed up to 1,000 documents per month.
Click the chat button on our site and we can give you more info. On2Air.com
Thank you for your the good ideas.
G Doc > dropbox i like. But i dont have idea when the G API restricted.
Example: We have test Word to oneDrive and after 50 submissions we get restricted in business account.
G Sheet also dont take every time all order Datas via API.
Dropbox we dont have tested. So that is why i search for working Solutions like Make > PDFMonkey > dropbox. Any idea which API dont make problems for 5.000 Datas a month?
Some of the restrictions you see might be rate limited restrictions, versus restrictions on total volume of documents created.
Also keep in mind how important it is to have a WYSIWYG template designer. Some of the services such as api2pdf, PDFShift or CloudConvert do not have WYSIWYG template editors.
I have written scripts that create pdf documents using these PDFShift and CloudConvert, I create the raw html using formula fields and merge them with a mustache template to generate the raw HTML which I send to the service. This requires being able to edit raw html/css and being familiar with the mustache templating system. However, both services are very affordable. (I am the author of the Low Tech PDF app, which uses the PDFShift service. However, I am not currently offering consulting services to new clients. The Low Tech PDF app also only runs on button click, not automatically.)
If you are interested in my Low Tech PDF app, it is available in the Marketplace.
However, it will not create documents automatically. You must click a button in the app to create a pdf file. If you are still interested in it, I recommend you try setting it up and test it out to see if it will work for you. After you get the system working, you can purchase a premium license to remove my watermark. You will also need a PDFShift account to remove the PDFShift watermark.
I am currently not selling the corresponding system for creating documents via an automation script.