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This guide will show you how to integrate WebViewer Document Viewer & Editor into a NuxtJS application.
You can watch a step-by-step video to help you get started.
You can also download a ready-to-go sample on GitHub.
Prior to starting, you should have already installed Node and npm.
WebViewer will work for 7 days without any feature limitations. To extend your trial, sign-up to get your trial key.
Apryse collects some data regarding your usage of the SDK for product improvement.
If you wish to continue without data collection, contact us and we will email you a no-tracking trial key for you to get started.
git clone https://github.com/PDFTron/webviewer-nuxtjs-sample.git
Enter the directory and run npm install:
cd webviewer-nuxtjs-sample npm install
This will automatically download and extract the Apryse WebViewer Package.
Run the application by executing:
Then open a browser and go to
localhost:3000 to see the application.
Your app should look like this:
Note: If your browser does not open automatically to open the WebViewer, navigate to
localhost:3000 to see the project.
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