I'm working on web application that needs to render a page and make a screenshot on the client (browser) side.
I don't need the screenshot to be saved on the local HDD though, just kept it in RAM and send it to the application server later.
But none of those gives me all I need, which is:
But it's processed on the Client side - otherwise there would be no point putting this huge JPEG encoder in the code!
Anyone have any idea how did they made it / how I can make it?
Here is an example of the feedback (report a bug on some screens)
I needed to snapshot a div on the page (for a webapp I wrote) that is protected by JWT's and makes very heavy use of Angular.
I had no luck with any of the above methods.
I ended up taking the outerHTML of the div I needed, cleaning it up a little (*) and then sending it to the server where I run wkhtmltopdf against it.
This is working very well for me.
(*) various input devices in my pages didn't render as checked or have their text values when viewed in the pdf... So I run a little bit of jQuery on the html before I send it up for rendering. ex: for text input items -- I copy their .val()'s into 'value' attributes, which then can be seen by wkhtmlpdf
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