I feel like I'm on a wild goose chase, but I'm on the quest for a module that will let me create from scratch a dynamic adobe reader viewable (pdf/ps/whatever) fillable form on the fly. Since these files will be accessed through a web browser, I want to be able to output the data as a string without having to save the file.
I've used the PDF::API2 module in the past, but it doesn't look like it allows for form fields. There are lots of html to pdf modules, but I haven't found any yet that have form support. Is there something out there that does what I'm wanting to do?
Thanks in advance.
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