Docverter

Use Docverter’s REST API to convert your documents, lickety split.

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What formats does Docverter support?

Docverter supports the following input formats:

  • Markdown
  • Textile
  • reStructured Text
  • HTML
  • Docbook
  • LaTeX

And can convert to these output formats:

  • PDF
  • HTML
  • Microsoft Docx
  • OpenOffice ODT
  • OpenDocument XML
  • EPUB (for iBooks)
  • MOBI (for Kindle)
  • DocBook
  • TexInfo
  • Groff
  • LaTeX/ConTeXt
  • Markdown
  • reStructured Text
  • AsciiDoc
  • MediaWiki
  • Emacs Org-Mode
  • Textile

How does Docverter work?

When you make an API request, Docverter takes your input documents and runs them through pandoc, the incomparable document conversion system. Depending on your output selection, Docverter may run it through a customized HTML->PDF converter or an ebook converter. Docverter then returns the beautifully rendered document to you.


How long do conversions take?

Document conversions typically take less than ten seconds but can occasionally take longer, especially if you use the advanced conversion options.


Can I see some examples?

Sure! Here are some examples showing usage of the API. Each example is a zip file containing all of the necessary files and a `convert.sh` shell script.