I wanted to echo the blog post from FillPDF Service here. I’m working on a brand new version that is going to be way easier to use, and won’t be de-facto limited to use via the Drupal module. I’m starting a private beta test soon and opening up an early version to testers.
It’s going to (finally) be a real REST API! Use vanilla PHP, Python, Elixir, whatever, and fill in PDFs without having to upload them to a server first. Most similar services either require that you upload your PDF template in advance or are hard to use. FillPDF Service doesn’t need that, and it won’t begin to. I may add similar features later on, but it will be on top of what’s already there.
I’m very excited about what’s to come. It will be a big change for FillPDF Service.
Anyway, beta testers will get free usage up to a certain point (most likely equivalent to the Clipboard plan, 600 merges) and can pay for more after that. The existing flexible billing features, like flexible overages, will come later. The beta is basically the API without the billing system set up. I’ll be setting that up while people beta test.