Laravel 5 package for use with Fpdf. It ships with Fpdf 1.81.

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Laravel 5 package for Fpdf

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This repository implements a simple ServiceProvider that creates a singleton instance of the Fpdf PDF library - easily accessible via a Facade in Laravel 5.

See FPDF homepage for more information about the usage.

Installation using Composer

$ composer require codedge/laravel-fpdf


To use the static interfaces (facades) you need to add the following lines to your config/app.php. The [1] is for registering the service provider, the [2] are for specifying the facades:

// config/app.php

return [

    'providers' => [
        // ...
         * Application Service Providers...
        // ...
        Codedge\Fpdf\FpdfServiceProvider::class, // [1]
    // ...
    'aliases' => [
        // ...
        'Fpdf' => Codedge\Fpdf\Facades\Fpdf::class, // [2]

Now you can use the facades in your application.

Configuration (optional)

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Codedge\Fpdf\FpdfServiceProvider" --tag=config
to publish the configuration file to config/fpdf.php.

Open this file and enter the correct page settings, if you do not want the defaults.

Basic example

If you want to use the facade you can see a basic example here:

// app/Http/routes.php | app/routes/web.php

Route::get('/', function () {

    Fpdf::SetFont('Courier', 'B', 18);
    Fpdf::Cell(50, 25, 'Hello World!');


Of course you can also inject the singleton instance via dependency injection. See an example here:

// app/Http/routes.php | app/routes/web.php

Route::get('/', function (Codedge\Fpdf\Fpdf\Fpdf $fpdf) {

    $fpdf->SetFont('Courier', 'B', 18);
    $fpdf->Cell(50, 25, 'Hello World!');