Wether it’s creating thumbnail previews for URLs, creating PDFs for archival purposes or getting the RAW rendered HTML of your web App – screeenly has you covered.
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curl --request POST \
--url https://3.screeenly.com/api/v1/shots \
--header 'accept: application/json' \
--header 'authorization: Bearer $token' \
--header 'content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded' \
--data url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random \
--data window_width=1440 \
$token with a valid API token to test this example.
We give you access to control a real browser by using our HTTP API. Using puppeteer under the hood, you can take screenshots or HTML to build your next idea.
screeenly boots a real browser, visits your website and takes a screenshot of it. Using our flexible API you can define width, height, pixel-density, if images should be loaded and more.
screeenly visits your URL and converts your website into a beautiful PDF. With our flexible API you can define paper sizes, page margins and more.
Providing rich open graph images to your articles is a must these days. You can send screeenly a HTML and CSS snippet which we will render in a browser and convert to an image.
screeenly allows you to design an invoice with HTML and CSS and convert it into a beautiful set PDF. You never have to deal with cluncky server-side PDF libraries anymore.
All plans come with the same features.
The only difference is the number of API requests you can make.
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Since we've launched our open source version of screeenly in July 2014,
our API has been used by thousands of developers around the globe.
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