One of the critical features of the DynamicPDF Cloud API is its ability to scale based on demand automatically. Our team has been working hard to test out this feature over the past few weeks. We've been testing like crazy and have created over 1.2 billion test pages in the process. We're happy to report that auto-scaling is now up and running in all 10 of our geographic zones and performing quite nicely. We'll keep testing and tweaking things as usage increases to ensure things continue to run optimally.
We're pleased to announce the public release of the DynamicPDF Cloud API. All client libraries are now on version 1.0.0.
The Java client library is now available via Maven. This client library make it easy to use the DynamicPDF Cloud API from your Java applications.
The PHP client library is now available via Composer. This client library make it easy to use the DynamicPDF Cloud API from your PHP based applications.
The .NET client library is now available via NuGet. This client library make it easy to use the DynamicPDF Cloud API from your .NET applications.
The Node.js client library is now available via NPM. This client library make it easy to use the DynamicPDF Cloud API from your Node.js applications.
Open source client libraries are now available for Node.js, .NET, Java and PHP. Client libraries make using the DynamicPDF Cloud API a breeze. We plan to introduce client libraries for other languages, such as Go, over the next few months. Our client libraries will also be available via package managers shortly to simplify the installation process.
BETA testing is now open to all. Feel free to sign up using a local or Microsoft account. Google account sign up is coming soon. If you'd like to sign up for an account using Google, please contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll enable it for that address.
Our DynamciPDF Cloud API is now available for BETA testing. If you would like an invitation to the BETA version, please contact our support team at email@example.com.