Drop plugin

The drop plugin allows to open a PDF document by dragging and dropping it on the viewer container element.

It adds an element on top of the container element indicating that you can drag the document:

Drop documentDrop document

Install

npm install '@react-pdf-viewer/drop';

Usage

  • Import the plugin and styles:
import { dropPlugin } from '@react-pdf-viewer/drop';

// Import styles
import '@react-pdf-viewer/drop/lib/styles/index.css';
  • Create the plugin instance:
const dropPluginInstance = dropPlugin();
  • Finally, register the drop plugin instance.
// Your render function
return (
    <div
        style={{
            border: '1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.3)',
            display: 'flex',
            height: '750px',
        }}
    >
        <Viewer
            fileUrl='/assets/pdf-open-parameters.pdf'
            plugins={[
                // Register the drop plugin
                dropPluginInstance,
            ]}
        />
    </div>
);

Play with the demo below by dragging a PDF document and dropping it on the element that shows the current document.

(The sample code)

bbcParameters for Opening PDF FilesAdobe® Acrobat® SDK April 2007Version 8.1
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3ContentsPreface .......................................................................................................................................... 4Who should read this guide? ..................................................................................................................................................... 4Related documentation ............................................................................................................................................................... 4Parameters for Opening PDF Files ............................................................................................. 5Parameters ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 5Specifying parameters in a URL ................................................................................................................................................ 7URL examples ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8URL limitations ..........................................................................................................................................................................8
4PrefaceThis document describes the parameters you can use when opening Adobe® PDF files. These parameters allow you to open a PDF file using a URL or command that specifies both the file to be opened and the actions to be performed once the file is opened. Who should read this guide?This guide is for developers who want to customize the way PDF files open. It may be useful for those developing an online collaboration system.Related documentationFor information aboutSeeConfiguring and administering a system for online collaborationusing comment repositories, Adobe Acrobat®, andAdobeReader®Acrobat Online Collaboration: Setup and AdministrationA detailed description of the PDF file formatPDF ReferenceDetailed descriptions of the APIs for Acrobat and AdobeReader plug-ins, as well as for PDF Library applicationsAcrobat and PDF Library API Reference
5Parameters for Opening PDF FilesYou can open a PDF document with a command or URL that specifies exactly what to display (a named destination or specific page), and how to display it (using such characteristics as a specific view, scrollbars, bookmarks, annotations, or highlighting).The parameters for URLs are supported by most browsers, and can be used when opening PDF documents programmatically.Many of these parameters can be passed to the following core API functions (see the Acrobat and PDF Library API Reference for details):AVDocOpenFromFileWithParamStringAVDocOpenFromASFileWithParamStringAVDocOpenFromPDDocWithParamStringWhen opening a PDF document from a command shell, you can pass the parameters to the open command using the /A switch with the following syntax:<Acrobat path> /A "<parameter>=<value>" "<PDF path>"For example:Acrobat.exe /A "zoom=1000" "C:\example.pdf"In Mac OS, you can use the parameters when opening a PDF document with an Apple event.Parameters The following table describes the parameters. Italics indicate user-specified variables.SyntaxDescriptionnameddest=destinationSpecifies a named destination in the PDF document.page=pagenumSpecifies a numbered page in the document, using an integer value. The document’s first page has a pagenum value of 1.comment=commentIDSpecifies a comment on a given page in the PDF document. Use the page command before this command. For example:#page=1&comment=452fde0e-fd22-457c-84aa-2cf5bed5a349